Primary and secondary packaging decisions are critical because your product and its secondary packaging must be able to stand up to the demands of today’s rigorous supply chain.
Materials, technology and supplier capabilities change constantly – and it is a good idea to evaluate your packaging performance to keep pace. However, when it comes to good ideas for packaging optimization, a leap of faith is never a good idea. Concepts must be tested, replicated and ratified by sound scientific and engineering principles so you can have the confidence in your packaging performance all the way through handling, transportation, storage and display.
That is what CHEP does in its Innovation Center in Orlando, Florida. We simulate the demands of your company’s supply chain to ensure your packaging performs the way you want it to. We test things like impact, compression and vibration and environmental factors such as temperature and humidity so you can have complete confidence in your packaging from the time it leaves your facility to the time it arrives at retail.
For instance, CHEP helped a leading tissue manufacturer save $320,000 with its packaging performance testing, while also helping the company reduce its carbon footprint at the same time.
Read more about it here: https://solutions.chep.com/resources/case-studies/package-testing-reduces-waste-and-saves
Primary and secondary packaging decisions are critical because your product and its secondary packaging must be able to stand up to the demands of today’s rigorous supply chain