Monthly Archives: March 2020

  1. How to Create Luxury Packaging for Premium Products

    How to Create Luxury Packaging for Premium Products

    Luxury packaging is an essential when selling premium products. To enhance your brand, it’s necessary that your materials are as high-end as the items they carry. In 2016, the luxury goods market was valued at an incredible $13.77 billion worldwide and has only expanded in the years since. More than ever, customers are looking for high-quality products and they expect the packages they come in to be just as opulent.

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  2. Senior-Friendly Packaging Tips

    Senior-Friendly Packaging Tips

    As the older population in the United States grows, it’s important to stay attuned to their specific needs and keep your packaging and containers senior friendly.  

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  3. Glass Packaging: The Pros and Cons

    Glass Packaging: The Pros and Cons

    Glass is a ubiquitous packaging material that has been used for many years, especially in the food and beverage industries, so let’s take a look at its pros and cons. 

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  4. What is Tactile Packaging?

    What is Tactile Packaging?

    Tactile packaging uses a customer’s sense of touch to attract them to your product, keep them engaged with it, and help you stand out in a crowd of similar items.  

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  5. How Online Retailers Can Help Deter Package Theft

    How Online Retailers Can Help Deter Package Theft

    With the advent of online shopping has come a rise in package theft from consumers’ porches and doorsteps. What steps can retailers take to help deter this crime? 

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  6. Millennial Packaging Trends: Draw Attention Online and On the Shelf

    Millennial Packaging Trends: Draw Attention Online and On the Shelf

    Millennials are one of the largest demographics in America, which means that creating packaging that speaks to their interests and buying habits is essential. 

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  7. How Tape Reduces Harm During Transit

    How Tape Reduces Harm During Transit

    Product and package damage is an unfortunate fact of life during the shipping pro cess, but using the correct tape for your boxes easily helps to reduce this harm. Approximately one in every ten packages shipped in the United States will be damaged while in transit, which results in high costs and added wait times for everyone involved. How can online sellers and distributors minimize the chances of harm, save money, and keep their customers happy?

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  8. Are Bioplastics the Future of Sustainable Packaging?

    Are Bioplastics the Future of Sustainable Packaging?

    Bioplastics are often promoted as the sustainable way forward when it comes to packaging, but what are they and are they truly the future of the plastic industry? The environmental friendliness of products and their containers or packaging is already at the forefront of many customers’ minds. Are bioplastics the right step toward eco-conscious, affordable packaging? 

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  9. Truck Loading Terms You Should Know

    Truck Loading Terms You Should Know

    Whether you’ve been sending out freight shipments for many years or are brand-new to loading trailers, there are a few key truck loading terms you should know. No matter when, where, or how often you send a truck into the world, these will help you understand exactly what’s going on each time you pack a trailer or container.

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