A recent European survey has discovered that paper-based packaging, like corrugated board, is preferred for packaging choices as more people become conscious of making better choices for the environment.
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In line with the Logson Group Make It Safe vision, we will excel in our Health & Safety performance and work towards zero harm. Since the Coronavirus outbreak we have taken measures to counter the risk of the disease. Encouraging everyone within the business to participate in effectively controlling our significant risks is one of our key objectives of our Make It Safe vision.
Having endured lockdown for seven weeks, British people have become quite resourceful at keeping themselves busy in many varied ways. The diverse trends how people are occupying themselves has had a demand impact across a multitude of businesses, not least corrugated packaging.
During unprecedented times such as this, it has become imperative to not only wash your hands, but to be wary of what you touch. There has been a greater focus recently on the spread of Covid-19 and how it can be reduced. Corrugated packaging is a physical medium and with more people currently shopping online as they are not able to go into stores, there is a higher likelihood of your packages being sent in boxes.
Last month we discussed some fun ideas to use corrugated packaging to entertain children. Cardboard boxes, especially large ones, are wonderful “toys” for children and we’ve been sent in a few ideas from customers and colleagues of how their children have been using their cardboard boxes for fun during their time at home. Here are a select few and the best ways to create them.
Before you break up and recycle your cardboard boxes, you may want to think about how it could help you around the home. With just a little bit of creative thinking and very little skill, you could be putting your corrugated packaging to great use. Here are just a few small ideas you could put into action.