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E-Commerce Packaging and Shipping

 

E-Commerce Packaging  and Shipping

 

 

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Here is all you need to know about E-Commerce Packaging.

With the advance of digitalization. There is an evident growth in the e-commerce industry. People now prefer to shop online for anything and everything they want. Thus, there are so many e-commerce portals which are one stop shop for all such requirements, all these e-commerce portals are brands hence, they use their own branded packaging material to fulfill all their orders. They advise and some have made it mandatory to use branded packaging material only to fulfill all the orders.

With so much of importance to the packaging material, let’s see what packaging materials are required and how they should be used.

The first and foremost step to head towards packaging your product always check the nature of your product. Product categorization is the most important step towards the packaging material required for its packaging.

 

Primarily products are classified into dangerous goods or non-dangerous goods.

 

What are dangerous goods?

Those products/goods that are materials or items with hazardous properties which, if not properly controlled, present a potential hazard to human health and safety, infrastructure and/ or their means of transport. For example sharp & pointed tools, toxics, chemicals, ink cartridges and other liquid or semi-liquid products.

 

What are non-dangerous goods?

Those products/goods that are materials or items which are not containing any hazardous properties. Do not have a potential hazard to human health and safety, infrastructure and/ or their means of transport. Non-dangerous goods are books, glass wares, garments, toys and more.

 

So how to face the challenge of safe and effective packaging?

Below are the few tips you might need to go thru while packaging.

 

Packaging of Metals Products

(Example of metal products are metal cans, knives, electronic sharp items.)

Step 1: Wrap the product in multiple layers of Bubble Wrap. In case of multiple products wrap each of the products with layers of bubble wrap and bundle all the products together with stretch film.

Step 2: Place the product inside the carton box.

Step 3:  Close the flaps using Bopp or Packaging tapes

Step 4: Paste the shipping label on the carton.

Step 5: Put the invoice in the poly pouch and paste it on the carton.

Step 6: Wrap the box with stretch film to keep it safe from climatic changes or place in it tamper proof courier bags to provide safety from climatic variations and theft.

Packaging type: E-Commerce Packaging, Electronics Packaging, Stationery Packaging, Industrial Packaging.

 

 

Packaging of Plastic Products

(Example of plastic products are plastic bottles, toys etc.)

Step 1:  Wrap the product in 2 layers of Bubble Wrap or use bubble courier bags.

Step 2: Place the product inside the carton and boxes.

Step 3: Close the flaps using Bopp or packaging tapes

Step 4: Paste the shipping label on the carton

Step 5: Put the invoice in the poly pouch.

Step 6: Wrap the box with stretch film to keep it safe from climatic changes or place in it tamper proof courier bags to provide safety from climatic variations and theft.

Packaging type: E-Commerce Packaging, Education Packaging.

 

Packaging of Glass Products

(Example of glass products are bottles, crockery etc.)

Step 1: Wrap the product in multiple layers of Bubble Wrap. In case of multiple products wrap each of the products in multiple layers of bubble wrap or use bubble courier bags.

Step 2: Place the product inside the carton and close the flaps by using bop tapes or packaging tapes.

Step 3: Paste the shipping label and warning Labels on the carton

Step 4: Wrap the box with stretch film to keep it safe from climatic changes or place in it tamper proof courier bags to provide safety from climatic variations and theft.

Packaging type: E-Commerce Packaging, Shifting Houses, relocating packaging

 

Packing of Laminates/Pouches

(Example of Laminates/Pouches products are spout pouches, ketchup pouches, liquid pouches etc.)

Step 1: For Liquid Products, firstly Place the pouch in a poly pouch (tamper proof bags) and seal it and wrap 2 layers of bubble wrap or use bubble courier bags.

Step 2: For Solid Products, wrap 2 layers of bubble wrap. For Multiple products wrap each of the products in bubble wrap.

Step 3: Place the wrapped product in a suitable shipping box

Step 4: Seal the carton with Bopp Tape

Step 5: Paste the Shipping label on the box.

Step 6: Put the invoice in the poly pouch and paste it on the carton.

Step 7: Wrap the box with stretch film to keep it safe from climatic changes or place in it tamper proof courier bags to provide safety from climatic variations and theft.

Packaging type: E-Commerce Packaging, Stationery Packaging, Healthcare Packaging, Pharmaceutical Packaging.

 

Packing of Paper Board Box/Cartons

(Example of Board box/Cartons products are cardboard boxes, etc.)

Step 1: Place the Paper Board Box/Carton in a suitable box without bubble wrap.

Step 2: Seal the carton with adhesive tape.

Step 3: Paste the Shipping label on the box.

Step 4: Put the invoice in the poly pouch.

Step 5: Wrap the box with stretch film to keep it safe from climatic changes or place in it tamper proof courier bags to provide safety from climatic variations and theft.

Packaging type: E-Commerce Packaging, Stationery Packaging, Education Packaging.

 

 

As you have just been acknowledged the amount of technicality required for perfect packaging, it is very much required to use premium quality packaging material such as high quality boxes. Bubble wrap. adhesive tapes, stretch film to keep your products safe and secure

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