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Protective Packaging

Safeguard and shield product from damages during transportation or storage

Protective packaging is used in a wide variety of different industries including Automotive, Appliance, Aerospace, Electronics, and Pharmaceuticals. It refers to the use of various packaging materials to safeguard and shield a core product from damages during transportation or storage. In broad terms, protective packaging can be created out of anything from corrugated paper cartons to the most complex die-cut assembled into a steel rack. Protective packaging can be used either as a primary packaging or secondary packaging material depending upon the products’ end-use application. Browse through this category for protective packaging available in Zambian stores.

Protective packaging is designed purposely to shield mailed items from any physical harm and damage. In transport, packages are subject to dropping, rough handling and movement from vehicles, making them prone to damage

Let's take a look at some of the different types of packaging options you can use to enhance your product & customer experience!

  • Paperboard boxes. Paperboard is a paper-based material that is lightweight, yet strong.
  • Corrugated boxes.
  • Plastic boxes.
  • Rigid boxes.
  • Chipboard packaging.
  • Poly bags.
  • Foil sealed bags.

Simply stated, protective packaging supplies are materials built to protect and buffer a product from potential harm or destruction during shipping or warehousing. Technically speaking, protective packaging may be made from any material including but not limited to cardboard, plastic, metal, and etc.

Simply stated, protective packaging supplies are materials built to protect and buffer a product from potential harm or destruction during shipping or warehousing. Technically speaking, protective packaging may be made from any material including but not limited to cardboard, plastic, metal, and etc.

Primary packaging is the packaging in direct contact with the product itself and is sometimes referred to as a consumer unit. The main purpose of primary packaging is to contain, protect and/or preserve the finished product, particularly against contamination. This is the first layer containing the finished product, such as a plastic pouch holding whole-grain cereal or the cardboard box containing the pouch of cereal. This type of packaging is often intended for the end user or consumer. In addition to making it easier for consumers to handle products, it makes the products look more appealing and can be used for communication purposes to convey printed information about the products to consumers.

Secondary packaging is frequently made up of multiple components (box, padding, separators, reinforcements, bags, paper, etc.). It may also be customized to make a product easily identifiable in the warehouse setting. In the case of cereal, for example, the secondary packaging would be the corrugated cardboard box containing multiple individual boxes of cereal.

Tertiary Packaging This type of packaging makes it easier to transport large and/or heavy loads safely and securely. In addition to helping prevent damage, it consequently facilitates the handling, storage and transport of goods. An example of tertiary packaging is a stretch-wrapped pallet containing a quantity of cardboard boxes (secondary packaging) to enable efficient product shipping.

Packaging Methods

  • Paperboard Boxes. Paperboard boxes are one of the most common types of packaging.
  • Bottle & Jars. Bottles and jars are another popular packaging method. ...
  • Shrink Wrap.
  • Hinged Containers.
  • Plastic Containers.
  • Clamshell Packaging.
  • Foil-Sealed Bags.
  • Chipboard Packaging Boxes.