The top 4 pain points of electronics packaging & how to avoid them
Typically, electronic items require the most attention to detail when it comes to packaging, and there are several reasons why. Not only do they feature fragile parts that require extra protection, such as screens and electrical components, but are often highly valuable, making them worthwhile targets for criminal activity. But let’s explore this in further detail.
Food packaging: The Swiftpak guide to protecting your goods
For businesses looking to package and ship goods safely, there’s so much to think about. Especially when there’s food involved.
Pharmaceutical packaging: The types and benefits for your business
Pharmaceutical packaging plays a number of important roles when shipping sensitive and tightly regulated products. Not only must it protect the contents from physical damage, but should ensure zero alteration is made to the chemical composition.
How will the new 30% recycling tax affect businesses and packaging?
As you likely have heard, there is a new £200 a tonne plastic tax coming into force in April next year. It applies to plastic packaging produced in or imported into the UK that does not contain at least 30% recycled plastic.
Plastic vs Paper Packaging: The Pros and Cons
Many companies are switching to paper packaging instead of plastic packaging to become more sustainable, especially with the new plastic tax coming into force in 2022. However, switching to paper also has its environmental issues.
Pharmaceutical packaging: The difference between primary, secondary & tertiary
When looking to store and transport pharmaceutical products safely, you first need to think about what packaging is required in order to deliver a successful solution. This depends on what product you’re dealing with.
How to ship your electronics safely
Electronic packaging is arguably the most complex among all levels of packaging due to it requiring extensive engineering and skill set to come up with an optimal electronics packaging design.
4 tips for strapping your products secure
Just over 50 years ago, plastic strapping began to emerge as an alternative to steel strapping. It is now one of the most commonly used methods for unitising and bundling products and pallets – especially in the construction industry.