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Cardboard Packaging

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Cardboard Packaging Design Inspiration

Cardboard packaging isn’t restricted to a standard box. As box manufacturers, we make use of design and cardboard engineering skills in order to create primary, secondary and tertiary packaging. We’ve just seen the Pinterest page for Nadie Parshina. The board clearly shows some of the wonderful...

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Low-cost Printed Delivery Boxes

Since the introduction of Tobacco and Related Products Regulations (TRPR) 2016, the product packaging for cigarettes, cigars, vaping liquids and vaping devices have to comply with strict labelling. At least 30% of the product packaging has to feature a health warning and potential side effects. The...

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Bespoke Packaging Solutions for Start-Up Businesses

As a start-up business, you need to find ways in which to help your brand to stand out from the competition. Packaging is often the first contact that prospective customers have with your brand. As such, a plain, off-the-shelf delivery box simply won’t cut it....

Packaging and Product Traceability

Ordering online at any time of day or night, from any location, has revolutionised shopping. Pick and pack deliveries are flying out of the door from a growing number of e-commerce businesses, as buyers favour the convenience of online shopping. Whilst the internet has made it...

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Protective Pumpkin Packaging

In preparation for Halloween, the harvest and sale of pumpkins is in full swing. As far as fresh produce goes, pumpkins are large and bulky, so need heavy duty boxes for packaging. You’ll spot them loaded into cardboard display boxes in your local supermarket, but...

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Natural Ability to Hold Attention

The use of colour is a crucial element of packaging design. As consumers, we have an emotional response to colours and associate them with certain qualities. As an example, when it comes to food packaging, shades of blue are rarely used. This is because we...

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Low Cost Packaging Design

There’s no doubt that your packaging design has a considerable impact on the perception of your product. We advise that you opt for the best quality that you can afford, but there are ways to develop good, yet low-cost packaging designs. The following points aim to...

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Packaging for Exports

As an island, the UK relies on the global trade of goods and services.  Despite ongoing negotiations with the EU, imports and exports continue to support our economy and the economies of our trading nations. When you are looking to send goods overseas, the packaging has...

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Packaging Design and the Supply Chain

When considering packaging design, the focus is frequently placed on shelf appeal. Attractive packaging does impact on the perceived value and can ultimately boost sales. There is, however, another element to consider when it comes to packaging design; logistics. Packaging design has a significant impact on supply chain...

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Black and White Packaging Design

Printed packaging is often bursting with colour. Rich, bright or subtle tones help to communicate a message and ensure that your goods look eye-catching on the shelf. What’s more exact colour matching can align your packaging with your branding. With so much going for coloured packaging...