We’re dedicated to maximising packing efficiency through automation, harnessing the latest technologies to reduce void fill consumption, cut logistics costs and scale for growth.
Using a range of cutting-edge automated systems, we can integrate ultra-efficient packing solutions into your fulfilment operation, providing robust, flexible solutions for carton assembly, lidding and labelling.
Compact packing produces a higher degree of protection with reduced footprint, facilitating an improved unboxing experience, while automatic carton resizing and tamper-evident seals ensure maximum security for your goods.
Efficient by Design
We work closely with our clients to provide expert consulting services designed to ensure their packing system is optimised, from consultation and design through to pre-production and fitting, accounting for modularity of features, build dimensions and budget.
The result is a bespoke, scalable system constructed to increase productivity, reduce waste and facilitate the precise packing needs of each business.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the benefits of sustainable packaging?
In order to understand the benefits of sustainable packaging, we need to understand what it means. Sustainable packaging is a type of design that takes into account the environment as well as social and economic factors. It tries to take a holistic approach in order to reduce its negative impact on the environment and society.
Benefits of sustainable packaging include:
-Reduced cost: sustainable packaging can be cheaper than traditional types because it is made from recycled materials or designed in a way that reduces the need for new materials.
-Reduced use of natural resources: this type of packaging uses less natural resources, such as water and energy, which means there is less environmental impact from production and transportation.
-Reduced amount of waste material: since these packages are designed for reuse or recyclability
How do you measure the sustainability of packaging?
What does sustainability mean for packaging? How do you measure it?
Sustainability is a word that is often thrown around in the modern world, but not everyone knows the true meaning. In the context of packaging, sustainability means that it gives as much as it takes - or as little as it takes. The key component to sustainable packaging is not only recycling but also biodegradability.
In order to measure a material's sustainability, you need to be able to answer several questions:
What are the impacts on natural environment? What are the impacts on human health? What are the economic benefits of this material (e.g., cheaper, lighter)? How does this material compare with traditional materials (e.g., cardboard)? Does this packaging type use more energy?
What is the future of sustainable packaging?
The future of sustainable packaging is not entirely clear yet. There are many different types of sustainable packaging available for companies to use, but the success of each type is not guaranteed. Packaging costs companies a lot of money and they need to be sure that their investment will pay off in the long term if they want to be successful.
Two types of sustainable packaging are biodegradable polymers and paper-based products. Biodegradable polymers have a fast decomposition time and can be used for a wide range of packaging materials, while paper-based products have a slower decomposition rate due to the material being used so it cannot be used for everything.
How can you reduce the use of unsustainable packaging?
The use of unsustainable packaging is a problem. There are several ways in which the use of disposable packaging can be reduced. One way is by using reusable products such as reusable water bottles and coffee mugs. Another solution is to repackage the product such as putting it in a jar instead of a bag. The last possible solution is recycling used items for reuse purposes.
Are there any disadvantages to using sustainable packaging?
Sustainable packaging is a type of packaging that focuses on reducing the environmental footprint. It has many advantages but also some disadvantages. The main disadvantage of sustainable packaging is the cost. Sustainable packaging may be more expensive than fossil fuel-based plastics. This is because it involves using more expensive or new materials and processes than traditional plastics, so the initial investment may be higher than what people are used to.
Some people might also find that sustainable packages are too bulky for their needs, especially if they need to ship things in boxes to places far away or if they just want something that will fit into their recycling bin without taking up too much space.