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Shipping packaging supplies
Streamline your shipping costs by using the right packaging
Proper packaging for e-commerce needs to safeguard the integrity of the product until it reaches the consumer while also complying with current shipping standards and targeting minimum dimensions and weight. It should also offer consumers a pleasant unboxing experience
Our product specialists help you make the right choices by recommending the best packaging products for you.
Boxes and cartons
- Corrugated cardboard boxes (standard or custom*)
- Corrugated cardboard sheets and related products
- Kraft paper (protective or packing material)
*Minimum order quantity required
- Adhesive tape*
- Gummed tape (for secure sealing)*
- Rip CordTM specialty tape (for safe and easy unpacking)
*Printed tape (e.g. with company logo) available for some products. This method keeps your packages secure and makes it easier for customers to identify your shipments.
Protective bags, mailers and packaging
- Inflatable bags
- Polyethylene (plastic) bags – standard or custom
- Bubble products
- Bubble wrap
- Bubble envelopes
- Protective foam
- Foam peanuts
- Styrofoam (custom or in blocks)
Labels and tags
- Adhesive labels
- Packing list/invoice envelopes
Contact our product specialists to find the solution best suited to your e-business
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Categories: E-commerce, Products
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