Amidst 2020’s ‘new norm’, innovations in the design, manufacturing & use of packaging supplies are inevitable - so we’re taking a look at what they might be. From more demand for warning tape to a redefined sustainable packaging, we’ll look at possible changes for the latter end of 2020 & beyond.
Discover how to use hazard warning tape as a visual guide for social distancing in schools and workplaces right here - helping you put health and safety first. From visual prompts for queuing to creating safe communal spaces, we’ll show you how to use warning tape to ensure safe social distancing.
Finding the right rope and twine for the job can be a challenge, so read our comprehensive buyer’s guide to get the lowdown on everything you need to know. From strong, durable polypropylene rope for strapping to multi-purpose twine for crafts and more, we’ll help you find just the right solution.
Optimising your warehouse processes is key to maximising efficiency and productivity, and we’ll be sharing 4 tips on how you can implement effective changes. From a structured layout to optimised storage, we’ll be looking at how these methods can work towards streamlining your warehouse operations.
Your packaging can say a lot about your brand and we’re sharing 4 ways you can harness the power of packaging - building better brand awareness in the process. From championing consistent brand messaging to packaging design ideas, we’ll give you the right ingredients to create a recognisable brand.
Packing tape is the glue that holds your packages together, so we’ve created a buyer’s guide that runs through the different types of tapes and their uses. From parcel tape to masking and duct tape, we cover them all, ensuring you know which packaging tape is best suited to meet your requirements.
Cardboard boxes come in various sizes and specifications, and this blog post will give you the lowdown to help you choose the right solution for your needs. From single or double wall cardboard boxes to different sizes and uses, we’ll tell you all you need to know to make an informed decision.