In a world where consumers are constantly looking for more eco-friendly solutions to packaging, Kraft paper is an excellent choice. People are becoming more aware of the impact of packaging and waste on the environment, causing a surge in sustainable packaging.
Put your hands up if you’ve had a package stolen from your doorstep?
In our second post in the Best Products For series, we will take a dive into what products we have that are great for schools.
In our third post in the Best Products For series, we will take a dive into what products we have that are great for retail stores.
In our final post in the Best Products For series, we look at what Packitsafe can supply to your offices.
Here at Packitsafe, we obviously sell a whole lot of general products that can be utilised for multiple functions. However, we do also have many products that can be tailored to specific markets. In this four-part series, we will be highlighting various products aimed at individual businesses/industries as a way to show that, despite being a packaging company, we can cater to multiple different trades.
One of the more popular products that we sell here at packitsafe is our notepad ranges. At present, we sell five different ranges, including camouflage, sparkle, and marble, with well over thirty cover variations that are all in either plain, lined, squared, dotted, or line/plain combo paper.
In our blog The Importance of Product Presentation, we discussed why it’s so important to sell your products by eye. If you make what your sell look pretty, people are more likely to take an interest. But what we did not discuss was the impact such a positive presentation has on a business, so, in this article, we will discuss the influence that such packaging can have.
Selling products online is nothing new but since the start of the pandemic, eCommerce has exploded. With fewer people trekking into stores, buying online, especially for companies not necessarily accustomed to it, has had to become a slick and well-oiled machine in a very short space of time.
We’ve spoken many times on this blog about the scourge of packaging waste, and while we do not apologise for the products we sell, that’s not to say we’re ignorant to the growing issue of single-use items and pollution.