Transport packaging. Foods, Goods and Industrial
With the development of globalization and growth of the amounts of distance trade, goods go through an increasingly long and complex route from a manufacturer to an end customer. The transport and logistics chain inevitably becomes more and more complicated. When necessary, it includes segmental transport – from container volumes to individual pallets, and both repackaging, and singe-piece courier delivery. Additionally, each stage has its own requirements for transport packaging.
At the same time, the “right” packaging makes the costs and resources at each stage of the supply chain much more optimal. According to recent research, packaging will play an important role in business for nine out of ten companies in the next few years.*
Modern realities make the development and manufacture of transport packaging a challenging task. On the one hand, packaging must ensure the safety of the cargo, be light, ergonomic and environmentally friendly, and on the other hand, it must be inexpensive and maintain the costs on an acceptable level for the producer of goods.
Choosing the right type, volume, material, and design of transport packaging turns into a complex process. The entire supply chain – from production to the final consumer – and, ultimately, the business cost-effectiveness and profitability will depend on the final decision and selection of the supplier.
TRANSPACK exhibition offers a chance for direct negotiations with manufacturers and suppliers of a wide range of transport and industrial packaging.
The exhibition presents:
· Rigid transport packaging (trays, boxes, cushioning materials, trays, containers, corrugated boxes, lodgements, drums, cans, jars)
· Soft transport packaging (films, bags, big bags, cases, soft folding containers, paper, baggings)
· Returnable packaging
*DHL Company. "New Approaches to Packaging." December 2019