Three sheets is all it takes to protect around 75% of all packaged goods in transit. Corrugated packaging has a unique structure that results in its strength, while remaining lightweight and low cost. Corrugated board can be found throughout today’s logistics networks protecting items in transit from champagne and car engines to bees.

Corrugated of course!

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Sending a fragile object by post is always a bit of a gamble. Apart from polystyrene chips, bubble wrap and shredded paper, there is no sure way to protect our treasures. Or is there? 

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 New research in the US seems to add further evidence to support the recent study in Canada (see blog), which called into question the level of cleanliness of reusable plastic containers.

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 How can producers and retailers ensure that the food they transport and sell is safe and adequately protected from contamination? First stop is the packaging! According to a recent Canadian study, fruit and vegetables could be at risk from E. coli due to the poor sanitation of reusable plastic containers.

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The new “Candy Pizza” by the Look-O-Look brand, 24 cm in diameter, looks very much like a traditional pizza. Covered with colourful fruit gums, it is presented in a typical corrugated pizza box.

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Autumn sunshine? Another fantastic corrugated beer box. This one is perfect to hand out as a gift. It contains 6 bottles of beer, the communication is great thanks to the large printable area on the inside of the packaging. The integrated handle makes it easy to carry from the point of sale and the products are well protected.

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