The movement of goods around the country is something that many people don’t ever really think about until faced with a change in circumstances, however, effective supply chains are vital parts of economies across the globe.
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Kerry-Ann Hughes is Board24’s Key Account Development Specialist and started with the business over 7 years ago. After initially working in Customer Service, she moved to external sales almost 3 years ago. Before Board24 she worked for Smurfit Kappa Preprint.
With schools closed and children continuing their learning from home we have put together some fun and creative ideas to keep your children entertained at home, whilst learning. With the added benefit of potentially reusing your cardboard boxes.
Packaging is largely about trust – trusting that when you purchase something, it will arrive to you safely, on time and intact. Unfortunately, on occasion, damage to packaging and items does occur, either through poorly packaged boxes, or during transit time. This can cost businesses time, money, and in some cases, loyal customers. Unfortunately, due to issues within the supply chain, businesses cannot ensure that every shipment will go unscathed every time, however, here are some ideas you might find to prevent shipping damage.
As the years go by, any businesses that wish to remain relevant should look towards making changes to keep up with new technology, trends, and consumer demands. This can be especially true in the packaging industry, as manufacturers, government entities, and consumers’ expectations and requirements often change. Due to the ongoing outside pressures, global packaging trends are continually changing. Here are four packaging trends your business should keep an eye on this year.
On a weekly basis both Board24 and Cases24 are presented with queries regarding FSC®, so we have put together a FSC FAQ document to help customers with the more common questions surrounding our FSC products.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and though cardboard and romance hardly goes hand in hand, we have found that recycling and sustainability behaviour’s are often perceived as positive traits by potential partners.