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Committed to Recyclable Packaging

One of the recent packaging design projects we have worked on is for an Oral Health company. Georganics produces natural and sustainable toothbrushes and toothpaste. Their products contain no plastics, no synthetic chemicals and no toxins; just naturally sourced ingredients. With an ethical approach, the company...

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Printed Packaging is a Primary Defence against Counterfeit Goods

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has identified that 3.3% of goods sold online are counterfeit. Working in partnership with the EU Intellectual Property Offices, the report suggests that intercepted, illicit merchandise costs the global economy £384.4billion a year. Brand authentication plays an important...

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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...

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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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Confectioners Battle over Packaging Colour

Lithographic, Screen and Digital printing have enabled brands to find the perfect shade for their packaging design. In the case of the UK’s leading chocolate company, Pantone 2865c was selected as the colour of choice. Titled ‘Cadbury’s Purple’, it has been printed on chocolate wrappers, packets,...

The Joy of Personalised Retail Packaging

Whether online or in-store, retail forecasts suggest that those brands which offer personalised services and products will thrive in the coming year. Could stylised printed retail packaging enable your brand to remain relevant and exciting in 2019? Printed Packaging – Adding a Touch of Design Leading...

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Keeping a Close Eye on Packaging Trends

As a cardboard packaging manufacturer, Aylesbury Box Company aims to keep up to speed with the latest developments in packaging design. At the start of the year, there is no better time to share a few key points, which could shape your product packaging and...

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Grab the Opportunity to Personalise your Packaging

High Street and online retailers are battling it out to provide the best customer experience in the final countdown to Christmas. In store or delivered to your door, the one thing that all customers receive is the product packaging. If you are a manufacturer selling direct to...

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Cardboard Packaging Design Inspiration

Cardboard packaging isn’t restricted to a standard box. As box manufacturers, we make use of design and cardboard engineering skills in order to create primary, secondary and tertiary packaging. We’ve just seen the Pinterest page for Nadie Parshina. The board clearly shows some of the wonderful...

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Should I Select Printed Packaging with a Matt or Gloss Finish?

In the early days, the majority of orders received by Aylesbury Box Company were for large, industrial cardboard containers. This packaging was practical and robust, but there was little concern for aesthetics. Typical printing requirements were  ‘This Way Up’ or ‘Fragile’ printed in black. The...