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Everything Now E-commerce

Online shopping is desirable because it enables consumers to have everything now. The speed and simplicity of e-commerce are reasons why the average British shopper places three orders a week. In this article, we explore the other factors that are important to these online shoppers. What...

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Printed Packaging for an Established Brand

Aylesbury Box Company recently supplied printed packaging to Study Bed. This local business has been operating since 2007, but increasing demand for EU exports created the need for a bespoke packaging solution. Space Saving Furniture For many of us, working from home has focused our attention on...

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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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5 Steps to Improve E-commerce Packaging

As we start a new financial year, we want to sow the seeds for updating and improving your e-commerce postal boxes. How can packaging design benefit your business, customers and the environment? Here are 5 essential steps to consider: 1. Reduce or remove single-use plastic from e-commerce...

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Launching a Subscription Box Company

In our previous article ‘A Growing Love for Subscription Boxes', we covered target customers, appeal and profitability.  Continuing on the theme, this article looks at: Planning Subscription Box Contents Marketing Subscription Boxes Customer Service Planning Subscription Box Contents With a clearer idea of what will appeal to...

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Packaging in a Digital World

The rise of digital technology led to many believing that the paperless office would be the norm in the 21st Century. Would this lead to paper mills and packaging manufacturers in the UK going out of business? According to packaging data collated by Ibis World, there...

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Where’s the Safest Place to leave your Postal Boxes?

The rise in home deliveries and e-commerce has increased the convenience of shopping, but what happens when you are not home. Where do the delivery drivers leave your boxes? You may request that packages be left with neighbours or in a ‘safe’ place, but this isn’t...

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Perfect Beer & Snack Pairings Boxed

Transforming plain shipping boxes into branded packaging doesn’t need to be complex or costly. Take the example of Beer Snack Club, a recently launched craft beer and snack pairing subscription box startup. They wanted to keep things simple and were mindful of budget, but they...

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It’s not too early for Christmas Packaging

Live in the moment they say, appreciate the here and now. How can you be thinking about Christmas packaging in the middle of summer? Well, we are and that’s because retailers have to plan all year to optimise sales during the festive period. At any time...

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Sustained Demand for Postal Boxes

As physical stores and town centre cafes reopened, a surge of shoppers returned to the High Street. Seeking out the sensory experiences and personal interaction that is missing online. After a year of e-commerce domination, can we expect fewer cardboard boxes arriving at our front...