As a supplier, an easy win when it comes to saving time and money is to use peel and seal packaging.
A peel and seal strip negates the need for tape and though sustainable packing tape can be a thing of branded beauty, it is also cumbersome, time consuming to use and an extra, unnecessary expense.
Packages can be closed really efficiently with peel and seal strips; the glue adhesive is environmentally friendly and requires minimum effort to close. However, when sealed, it is incredibly strong and hard to tamper with. This is important, because it demonstrates security. If you’re a company shipping consumable products, coffee or tea subscriptions for example, it is vital that your product reaches your customer uncontaminated and in optimum condition and what’s more, your customer will want to see with their own eyes that this is quite clearly the case.
As a result of their strength, peel and seal strips also contribute to reducing the risk of the cardboard envelope or box being bent, crushed or squashed during transit. What’s more, with minimal effort, they look neat, stylish and smart. An added bonus is that despite their robust nature, as a result of their tear open design, your customers will be able to get their hands on their order quickly and easily - no sharp knives, box cutters or scissors required. Now packaging doesn’t have to be forced open or ripped and so can be reused or recycled far more easily.
Peel and seal boxes and envelopes come in all shapes and sizes. There’s one suitable for every product, big or small, fat or thin, long or short, fragile or robust. The Packaging Club’s paper-based, peel and seal tear strips use no plastic.
So, to sum up: less hassle, less risk, less mess, less waste, less plastic, less money.