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rollercoaster-ride

What’s on the Cards for Cardboard Packaging?

Meeting the demand for cardboard packaging has been a bit of a rollercoaster ride for Aylesbury Box Company and other packaging manufacturers. Globally, demand outstripped supply in early 2021 and we had to respond. We expanded to fulfil customer orders, but what is in store...

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British Made Product & Packaging

When it comes to packaging, we compete against the mass production of large-scale factories in China. The scale of their operations allows them to offer cheap boxes, but the finish is variable and the service is impersonal. By offering quality materials, responsive service and a...

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Is your Packaging Hard to Recycle?

Packaging design always used to prioritise styles, colours and designs with shelf appeal. To get the right look, designers would mix and match layers of packaging materials and the result could be visually stunning. Priorities have changed and whilst beautiful packaging is still desired, environmental considerations...

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Removing Plastic Packaging from Bananas

France has placed a ban on plastic packaging for the majority of fruit and veg, which commences in the New Year. Whilst dramatic actions like this are necessary to turn the tide on environmental damage, there are concerns that such actions may increase food waste...

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Why Shop Local This Christmas?

As the Christmas countdown begins, we encourage you to shop local. This applies to Business to Business (B2B), as well as consumer purchases. There are many reasons to support the businesses in your community and we focus on three: Lower Environmental Impact Better Customer Service ...

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Cheers to Paper-based Packaging

Paper-based packaging is nothing new. Paper bags, cardboard boxes and carton board containers have been widely used to store and transport goods. As specialists in cardboard packaging solutions, we work with customers from all industries, but surprises still come our way. We are fascinated by...

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Rethinking Packaging for 2020

Is rethinking your product packaging and delivery boxes a priority for the coming year? According to the latest survey by DHL, changing attitudes will push packaging design into the spotlight over the coming 5 years. What shipping solutions are customers looking for? Those brands which continue to...

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Best Practice in the Packaging Sector

In the past, the production of goods was a linear process. Items were designed, raw materials were supplied, the goods were manufactured and used, then dumped. The same process applied to the packaging; it was simply a disposable means of transporting goods. It is now realised...

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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...

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Is Sustainable Packaging Important to Customers?

As a manufacturer, brand or retailer, you will be keen to positively influence buying decisions. Packaging design plays an important role in this process, but does it matter which packaging materials are used? According to a Coleman Parks survey, which was commissioned by Pro Carton, 68%...