Case Studies

consumer behaviour
Sustainability

Global consumers’ attitudes toward sustainable packaging

Sustainability remains a key topic for the packaging value chain, but there are few (if any) insights into consumer perceptions globally—especially now that the COVID-19 pandemic is also influencing consumer sentiment and behavior. To better understand this influence, Mckinsey launched a survey across ten countries to explore consumers’ attitudes toward sustainable packaging, building on an earlier work focusing on consumer sentiment in the United States.

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Engineering & Industrial

Furniture Supply Chain Packaging Challenges are Much More Gruelling Than Imagined. Here’s How Top Companies Are Overcoming It

One of the key problems facing the sector today are related to supply chain, logistics & packaging.

While there is little that can be done about the logistics aspect, especially when it comes to furniture exports since they are largely dictated by trends in global trade, packaging becomes a key differentiating factor between different companies.

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Paper bags
Engineering & Industrial

Key Considerations When Ordering Paper Bags

Urja Packaging, a Delhi based company, are suppliers to many national retail chains and have mostly found that the paper bags they were sourcing before us were diverging from the details mentioned in the purchase order and this was causing a loss of 5% in almost all cases and 33% in the worst cases for our clients. So they decided to open all techniques that a purchase manager can use to ensure adherence to the details mentioned in the PO and level the playing field.

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Trayak
Sustainability

Right Sizing of Packages : A Case Study

The company knew that assessing progress in packaging and looking at the full life cycle of packaging emissions was crucial to getting a full picture of their products’ carbon footprints.

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Trayak
Sustainability

Incorporating Recycled Content into PET Bottles

REBBL is a leading member of the Climate Collaborative, which represents a cohort of natural products industry companies
working to reverse climate change through climate action commitments in nine key areas, including packaging. They
partnered with Trayak to aid companies in developing sustainable packaging choices. The project involved using a life cycle
assessment that compares the impacts of a bottle that contains either 0% or 50% post-consumer recycled (PCR) content.

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