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This entry was posted on 26th July 2019 by Caroline
“Speed up your packing by up to 60%? That’s a bold statement” I hear you say, and you’re right. It is very bold. It’s hard to speed up anything by 60% but – and here’s where the asterisk comes into it - if you’re packing items into an 0201 shipper then I reckon you could reduce ...
This entry was posted on 19th June 2019 by Caroline
Internet sales now account for nearly 19% of the total retail sales in the UK, with statistics showing a steady growth from year to year. That’s a lot of parcels going up and down the country, taking up van space, sitting on doorstops waiting for their owners to get home from work. Have ...
This entry was posted on 16th April 2019 by Amy
It’s important to remember that any opportunity to reduce the environmental impact of packaging should not undermine its primary purpose - protecting goods throughout the logistics chain. So what do you need to consider when balancing the use of sustainable products while ensuring they are ...
This entry was posted on 26th March 2019 by Edyta Dean
Plastics have attracted a lot of media attention recently due to growing concerns over their impact on wildlife and the environment. Not all plastics are toxic and some are easily recycled at home, but knowing which types can and cannot be recycled is not always easy. There are seven different ...
This entry was posted on 19th March 2019 by Edyta Dean
If your business is looking for ways to reduce the environmental impact of its operations, your packaging is a great place to start. Sustainable packaging solutions can be divided into three categories – those that help limit the amount of packaging waste, those that can be reused, keeping ...
This entry was posted on 12th March 2019 by Edyta Dean
Packaging products, such as bubble wrap and air bags, are well-known for their excellent cushioning properties, but if your business is committed to reducing plastics, you might be interested to hear about some paper alternatives… Paper is a great impact-absorbing material that can be used to ...
This entry was posted on 18th February 2019 by Caroline
Automation is a great way to help you speed up the packing process, but did you know it can also ensure you use less packaging material? If you think of automation, your initial image may be that of a high tech factory with robot arms whizzing around delivering precision engineering – all ...
This entry was posted on 12th February 2019 by Caroline
There is growing pressure (and a desire) for businesses to become more environmentally friendly and to demonstrate this commitment to customers. If you are looking for ways to improve your environmental credentials, there are many “quick wins” out there to help you make simple switches. One ...
This entry was posted on 5th February 2019 by Edyta Dean
David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II series sent a powerful message to the British public…we are all responsible for Mother Earth. The final episode of this popular BBC documentary revealed some distressing images of marine life struggling to deal with plastic contamination. This has helped ...
This entry was posted on 29th January 2019 by Caroline
If you’ve just completed your waste packaging report, or reviewed your packaging use for 2018, you may be shuddering at the volume of packaging that has been used. Packaging is necessary to protect goods, but in the words of Bob Dylan, ‘the times they are a changin’. There are many ...

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