3 Essential Custom Packaging Materials You Should Be Using

Stacks of Corrugated boxes showing a selection of packaging materials

With so many options to choose from, there are several quality packaging materials that businesses can use for their products. 

Whether you’re a small business just getting started or a conglomerate reevaluating their products packaging, there are resources for you.

Corrugated Boxes

Corrugated packaging is made up of three layers of paper that include an inside liner, an outside liner, and a fluting with a ruffled shape. This enhances the packaging in a number of ways, including:

  • Durability
  • Lightweight 
  • High Strength-to-weight Ratio
  • Cost Effectiveness
  • Product Protection

Die-Cut Corrugated

Die-Cut Corrugated boxes are the more tech savvy brother to regular corrugated boxes. The difference between the two is Die-Cut boxes involve machines called die presses that cut plain sheets of corrugated material into any size or shape required.

Die-Cut boxes are slightly more expensive than the regular corrugated ones, but customers benefit from it’s flexible customization capabilities and saves on wasted space.

Stretch, Shrink, and Bundling Films

As we’ve mentioned, there are a lot of options to choose from in packaging solutions. When it comes to films, it depends entirely on what you’re trying to do.

Stretch wrap is a great material to use when you need to ensure the products on a pallet are secure during transit. 

Shrink wrap works perfectly when wrapping a single or a few items together. You will often find it around DVD and video game cases.

Bundle film is perfect for brands that are selling their products in bulk, as it will have holes on two ends where customers can grab onto.

Contact Pioneer Packaging For Quality Packaging Materials

At Pioneer Packaging, we work with each of our clients to design high-quality solutions. Contact us today to learn how our packaging materials will benefit you!

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