Packaging optimization goes hand in hand with adoption of eco-responsible practices
If a product is poorly or unsuitably packaged, the risk of loss through damage or depreciation can increase exponentially. Improper packaging leads to the waste of both the packaged product and the packaging.
The outcome: all your hard work and allocation of precious resources to production and shipping to your customer were invested ineffectively. Moreover, the later in the process this damage and loss occurs, the greater the environmental impact.
“IN NORTH AMERICA, MORE THAN 40% OF WASTE IS GENERATED FURTHER DOWN THE PRODUCTION CHAIN AND IS USUALLY CAUSED BY INEFFECTIVE PACKAGING.”
Your ally in rising to the environmental challenge
Our laboratory experts have the skills and tools needed to make your packaging processes as eco-friendly as possible.
With their ongoing focus on innovation, they review every detail to overcome the challenges brought to them. Make our laboratory your company’s trusted ally in achieving your sustainable development objectives:
- Fewer packaging components
- Use of eco-responsible materials
- Improved packaging reliability
- and more!
Contact our experts to discuss your objectives!
On Our Radar
Categories: Laboratory, Press Release
CARTIER, the packaging specialist, has been admitted to the Amazon Packaging Support and Supplier Network (APASS), an exclusive group of Amazon-recognized ISTA laboratories. In joining APASS, the company consolidates its role as the preferred partner of Quebec companies already selling their products online via Amazon or considering doing so.
Categories: E-commerce, Laboratory
Do you ship products via Amazon, or are you considering doing so in the near future? As of August 1, 2019, the e-commerce giant will require that all packaging be certified to specific standards… And be ready to get out your wallet if you fail to comply with requirements!
Categories: E-commerce, Laboratory, Testimonials
C’est le jeudi 8 juin dernier qu’avait lieu le tout premier webinaire tenu par CARTIER. C’est le premier d’une longue série qui aura toujours pour objectif d’aider les entreprises d’ici à améliorer leurs façons de faire et à adopter de bonnes pratiques d’emballage.