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Aylesbury Box Company: The Thinking Inside the Box

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More than Packaging Suppliers

Aylesbury Box Company can simply sell boxes to your business, but that is seldom the best option. Our preference is to gather a greater understanding of your products and your brand. We can then apply our knowledge and experience to advise on the most suitable...

Spring into Action

From Friday 22 March until Tuesday 23 April, individuals and groups across the UK will be hosting and supporting litter picking events across the UK. Awareness of the damaging effect of rubbish, particularly plastic waste, the Great British Spring Clean aims to get us all out...

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The Cost of Cheap Packaging

Could cheap packaging cost you more than you bargained for? Corrugated cardboard boxes are the most popular option for shipping goods. Lightweight, durable and able to be recycled, there is plenty going for this humble packaging solution. Buying cheap, ‘one-size-fits-all’ delivery boxes to send out your...

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Where does Corrugated Cardboard come from?

The Chinese are credited with the creation of paper in 105 A.D. The careful handmade process made use of textile fibres and tree bark. Initially, this new material was reserved for the imperial courts, but it soon spread along the silk route to countries far...

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Printed Packaging Reduces Waste

Are you fully confident about what packaging can be recycled? Research conducted by the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) suggests that at least half of us regularly bin recyclable materials in the general waste. This suggests that there is still confusion about what packaging materials...

Packaging Design for the Circular Economy

This is an exciting time in all design fields. Greater environmental awareness has challenged traditional thinking. It has now become important to consider the entire process, from how and where materials are sourced, through manufacture, use and on to recyclability. Packaging design used to focus solely...