Friday, 16 March 2018

Types of Packaging and What They Offer

Packaging calls for attention to detail, especially, if you are a retailer. Many factors depend on how your items are packaged, handled and shipped. All in all, packaging is a combination of durability and aesthetics. Transport companies, logistics and warehousing all benefit greatly in terms of convenience and safety assurance when it comes to proper packaging from dealers. Packaging may be a top for concern for dealers, but it also paves opportunities for them when delighted customers are happy to receive their items safe and secure. Here are some tips and ideas on different types of packaging:

Foam Packaging
Shipping delicate items is a hassle and usually weighs down your spirits until the shipping process is over and done with. With foam packaging, you can do away with the fear of breakage. Foam packaging protects fragile items by reducing impact from mishandling and accidental drops. Foam packing is also cost effective and light weighted.

Wood Packaging
Wood packaging entails crates that can be used many times over. This is economically viable for dealers as it helps them save a lot of money. The packaging is sturdy and has several benefits such as protection from pests and premature dismantling. A wooden packaging is best for heavy duty shipments. It proves resilient by protecting valuable items from damage.

Corrugated Packaging
Corrugated packaging basically includes prefabricated boxes that are industrially designed. They are used primarily for protecting valuable items. They are recyclable and convenient for dealers to use. These boxes are available in various sizes and are a perfect solution for dealers who want to include an aesthetic dimension into their packaging. Boxes offer an easy grip and can be adjusted into moving vans easily. These are cheap moving boxes that can be designed with multiple features.

Fiber Packaging
Fiber packaging is basically an alternative to wooden packaging. Fiber is economical and and has many other benefits over other packaging material. This type of packaging is highly preferred as it is 100% recyclable. It also doesn’t cost much to transport this material.

Bamboo Packaging
Bamboo packaging contributes to environmental conservation in the sense that it doesn’t produce waste. It is biodegradable and can be utilized as composted once its use for packaging is no longer needed. This is a cost-effective type of packaging that can be used to package any type of goods. Bamboo is also local and can be grown in areas close to warehouses or facilities that manufacture goods, or handle packaging. This allows for the reduction of carbon footprint. Bamboo is the fastest growing plant in the world, and can be harvested much faster than hardwoods. Its sturdiness makes its a viable option that can be used multiple times without its strength wearing down. Bamboo also protects soil from erosion.

Product packaging plays an important role in allowing customers to perceive you positively. It also saves you a lot of time and money by successfully shipping secured packages. In situations in which, packaging is a neglected process, dealers usually end up paying for broken or damaged goods. They either have to send a replacement or refund the customer’s transaction in full. Ensuring a proper packaging of items communicates many things. It is a vital marketing tool and if handled properly, can pave ways for future opportunities.

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