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Packaging for Bricks and Bobs

At present, around 11,000 self-build homes are constructed in the UK every year. With the Government keen to encourage house building and greater availability of information, it is anticipated that the number will grow. There was certainly a high turnout at the recent My Homebuilding...

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Packaging is Wasteful and Unnecessary

As our awareness of the scale of plastic pollution increases, many people are taking a negative view of packaging. Is this opinion justified? Benefits of Packaging In opposition to the popular belief that packaging generates waste, packaging often plays a vital role in reducing waste. The majority...

Productive Packers

The vast majority of goods are packaged. In addition to the primary packaging, many are boxed up in secondary packaging for safe transportation and storage. Efficiency through the packaging process is essential for delivering to customer expectations and making a profit. In an environment where every...

Avoiding the Red Tape

Sealing a cardboard box is the final step in keeping the goods inside protected during transit. In many cases, this is achieved by taping the box shut before despatch. The tape holds the box flaps securely in place and adds to the overall strength of...

Box Manufacturing: A Mistake

Ever made a huge mistake at work and feared the worst? That’s exactly what happened to a worker in a paper bag factory back in 1879. The pressman accidently cut, rather than creased, 20,000 bags. No longer suitable for packaging seeds, this error could have caused...

Bespoke Box Design for Gym Company

Not everyone is cut out for the gym, but with increasingly sedentary lifestyles, it’s more important than ever to encourage everyone to get active. If you want to boost participation, it is essential that the activities are accessible. This means they should ideally be free...

How do you Package a Brick Sample?

To meet the needs of a growing population, an estimated 45,000 new homes will be built in Buckinghamshire by 2033. That’s a lot of bricks! Unless you are an architect or builder, you may have given little thought to bricks. A brick is a brick isn’t...

Tube Lines

Do Cardboard Tubes Provide a Better Packaging Solution than a Box? Rolling up paper or textiles is a good way to minimise the risk of the item getting creased. This is why posters, maps and other large paper prints are typically packaged in a cardboard tube....

Medical Packaging: Just what the Doctor Ordered

We all suffer from aches and pains, but in many cases, there is a medicine, cream or tablet that lessens the impact. When we’re not in full health, we rely on these medical products to help us get on with life. The UK has a strong...

Pop the Cork

Autumn has arrived and Christmas cards are already in the shops. Not long until plans for the office party, the family gathering and the New Year celebrations are in full swing. By then, any duty free bottles that you brought back from holiday will be long...