Protection is probably the most crucial element of our purpose: "protecting people, products, and brands throughout the supply chain." Safety is a hot button topic around here and we consider it as having the utmost importance for the success of our business, our customer's companies and our employees. When it comes to product security, the protection of your product with our packaging is of extreme importance. The NASP has reported that more than 13 billion dollars worth of consumer goods are stolen yearly from stores and other retailers. However, this is only one reason why product security is so important. But how do you keep your products safe? How can you improve your product security? This article will review a few ways to improve your product security with packaging.
Do your customers have access to a home composting pile? What about an industrial composting facility? Suppose you answered no to these questions for the majority of your customers. In that case, compostable packaging is not a sustainable choice for you and your customers. For compostable packaging to properly biodegrade, it requires one of the two options listed above. So, if your customers do not have access to these items, you will want to make sure to provide them with sustainable alternatives to compostable packaging. But what other types of sustainable packaging are out there? And which ones are the best alternatives to compostable packaging? This article will review the top 3 sustainable alternatives to compostable packaging. After reading this article, you can provide several sustainable packaging options to your customers who cannot properly dispose of compostable packaging.
Are you looking for information about friction feeders? If you answered yes, then you have come to the right place. Whether you are looking to run a massive direct mail campaign or are looking for a high-volume alternative to office-equipment-based envelope feeders, friction feeders may be the right choice for your needs. Using friction and vacuum technologies, friction feeders allow you to produce thousands of letters, campaign mailers, and other types of physical “snail mail,” as the younger generations call it today. But are friction feeders the right choice of packaging equipment for your business? Well, that remains to be seen. After reading this article, you will know what friction feeders are and will have a good idea of whether or not they are the right packaging equipment for your specific applications.
If you are like many companies today, you are looking for ways to make your company more earth-friendly. And biodegradable stretch film is an excellent way to achieve this goal! There are several biodegradable stretch films currently available. Each of them has its own pros and cons. But which type of biodegradable stretch film is right for your business? This will largely depend on your specific sustainability and budgetary requirements. What is suitable for your competitors may be wrong for you. But how do you decide which type of biodegradable stretch film is right for your company? In order to figure this out, you will have to consider a few things before making a purchase. These include composability or the lack thereof, material formulations, recyclability, cost, lead times, and other pertinent elements of the film you wish to purchase. After reading this article, you can figure out which type of biodegradable stretch film is right for your company!
Plastic and sustainability are not two words you find in the same phrase very often. After all, with the terrible repercussions of plastic use, such as the great pacific garbage patch and the increasing presence of microplastics in the environment, plastics are anything but environmentally friendly, right? Think again. Much of what you have heard about plastics in mainstream media, online forums and social media websites are often short on facts while boasting questionable numbers. When you actually take the time to look at the science of sustainability and compare the life cycle assessments of the most popular packaging materials such as glass, metal, plastic, cardboard, paperboard, and paper, plastics come out as the most sustainable option almost every time. So why is it that whenever we hear about plastics on the evening news or social media, it is always something about how bad they are for the environment? And that brings us to today's topic: The Plastic Apocalypse. Now, when most people hear the word apocalypse, they think of things like "the end of the world" or perhaps "a nuclear explosive event." But the word apocalypse does not mean the end of the world. Our modern English word apocalypse comes from the ancient Greek word apokálupsis, which means to reveal or revelation. And that is precisely what this article is going to be. A revealing of the truth about plastic sustainability: after reading this article, you will have a much better understanding of plastic sustainability and its effect on the natural environment.
Using QR codes on packaging is an excellent opportunity to provide customers with more information than ever before. In fact, 57% of consumers have scanned a QR code on food packaging to get additional details. So QR codes are more than just designs; they are an asset you're going to want. In this article, we will uncover how you can leverage QR codes on packaging to maximize your marketing impact and bridge the gap between your online and offline marketing efforts. Let's dive in.