Thanks to revival in demand and increased offtake from e-commerce channels, paper-packaging entities have been witnessing a rebound this fiscal, offsetting the impact of the pandemic-induced disruptions in the first quarter.
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.
Like any change, no matter how necessary or good it may be, it carries risks. Transparency is key, prices and availability can not be hidden. What sounds unsteady could become the next generation of your business. The services cost money, and if you can offer these kinds of services, why don’t you take a better slice? We remember a company selling books without ever owning them. This story is also possible in packaging.
India’s most trusted skincare brand, NIVEA, has taken a step towards becoming more sustainable through its packaging by launching its first ever e-commerce ready-to-ship pack – ‘NIVEA CARE BOX’ partnering with Amazon India.
Packaging 360 organized a webinar on 8th October to focus on the technology aspects of recent advances made in the field of package testing through simulation & optimization for packaging transported through carious modes like air, sea & road. Another highlight of the webinar was an analysis & case study presentation from a leading logistics solution provider.
Amazon Launches ‘Climate Pledge Friendly’ to Make It Easier for Customers to Discover and Shop for Sustainable Products
Program launches with over 25,000 Climate Pledge Friendly products with one or more of 19 sustainability certifications
Amazon launches ‘Compact by Design,’ a new certification program for products designed to reduce carbon emissions through increased efficiency and better packaging
In the last few years, midsize to very large companies are gearing up for a new channel to sell products directly to consumers(D2C) on their e-com platform. With the recent pandemic, brand owners have become alert and want to explore the option of launching & selling products on their site. Many companies already have distribution channels with e-com marketplace like Amazon, Flipkart, etc. Hence, the packaging is taken care of by a third party most of the time. Then, why a sudden demand for an e-com packaging solution for D2C channel?
The growth of e-commerce has generated significant demand for sustainable packaging options, as both consumers and e-retailers look to increase the recyclability of their packaging. This curbside recyclable padded paper mailer is a sustainable alternative to non-recyclable dual material packaging.
In this webinar, we attempt to capture recent trends, innovations & some futuristic examples, in the field of packaging materials & technology
E commerce business in India & world over has seen unprecedent surge in transactions & turnover in the recent past. In the wake of the pandemic & lockdown, customers are learning to exploit the potential of buying goods through the various online platforms offering a gamut of products from F&B to FMCG & consumer electronics to pharmaceuticals.
The success of this mode of business will entail safe delivery of the packaged goods to the doorstep of the customer. Thus, selection of primary, secondary & tertiary packaging materials, their combination to constitute a delivery pack, will involve testing & certification of their transport-worthiness.
In this paper we cover the advances made in this area of testing & standards to enable packaging as one of success factors of the e commerce business model.