Perfect Presentation with Packaging Inserts | Aylesbury Box Company
Packaging inserts hold items in place, protect them and ensure that the unboxing experience is consistent for every customer.
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Perfect Presentation with Packaging Inserts


Perfect Presentation with Packaging Inserts

How can you reduce the volume of goods damaged in transit and ensure that the unboxing experience is consistent for every customer? One option is to slot your goods into specially designed packaging inserts. These hold items in place and protect them. As a result, the opening of every box offers perfect presentation and a positive customer experience.

Why Use Cardboard Inserts?

Corrugated cardboard inserts serve many purposes. Firstly, the material is cushioning and protective. Secondly, it holds items securely in place, preventing them from moving about in the box. This has many advantages, including reducing the risk of damage and keeping items separated. If you’d like to lower the volume of breakages, they are a great option.

Inserts also enable you to control the presentation of products when the customer opens the box. How disappointing is it when you see an image and order the items, but they look nothing like the picture when they arrive? This is easy to avoid with box inserts, so your brand reputation will stay intact during every unboxing video!

Cardboard inserts are custom made to provide the best fit for both the product and the box. What’s more, they can often be cut from the same sheet of cardboard. This avoids waste and helps keeps costs down. We can print them at the same time too! Adding colour to the inside of the box can further improve the customer experience in B2C packaging.

Using inserts can enhance packing efficiency in your warehouse, as it’s easy to slot items into place and there is no need to add void fill. The inserts add to the strength and rigidity of the box. In addition, they are plastic-free and 100% recyclable, unlike foam and other fillers. Therefore, they are a practical and sustainable solution.

What Types of Inserts for Boxes are There?

The main three options for cardboard inserts are:

Cardboard Dividers – typically found in cases for drinks, dividers create partitions into which individual items are packed. They prevent bottles, vases and other items from knocking together and getting broken.

Flat Sheets – cut to the same dimension as the box, flat sheets slot in between layers, when goods are stacked inside the box. They provide a flat surface and cushioning to prevent damage.

Die Cut Trays – raised from the base of the box, we die-cut shapes into flat sheets for multiples of the same item to be slotted into. For example, we supply this solution for the shipping of specialist lightbulbs and lollypops!

Customised Fittings – designed to provide the best fit, these inserts are a great solution for protecting fragile or weighty goods, as well as components that need to be kept apart. They also enhance the look of luxury goods and gift items. They can be integral to the boxes or removable.

What Packaging Has Cardboard Inserts?

Box inserts can be used in shipping, shelf ready retail packaging or subscription boxes. As part of our custom packaging service, we create inserts in small gift boxes as well as for large industrial cartons. With expertise in cardboard engineering, our team are adept at designing bespoke, yet affordable, solutions that work.

So, for a sustainable and protective option that reduces damage and enhances presentation, speak to our team about cardboard box inserts on 01296 436888. Alternatively, send an email to Just tell us what you want to send and we can advise on the most viable and cost-effective choices.

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