Transport space is valuable. Not just in terms of postage and fees, but also in internal processes that may not have a price tag attached. Optimising the packaging density means more than just achieving the maximum density. It also helps you to reduce your process costs. We will be happy to determine exactly how much together with you.
How can your product be positioned with the least loss of space? How many different shapes need to be packed? Is it possible to utilise the load carrier and the outer packaging more efficiently by grouping them?
- Load carrier and outer packaging
How should the container best be equipped? With a stackable compartment? Or constructive packaging that is optimised for exactly one product shape? And which container is actually suitable?
- HGVs and containers
Most products fit into a container or HGV if Euro pallets are used. But are other dimensions perhaps more suitable? Can more volume be used by stacking?
Packaging that has to be painstakingly manually assembled over hours may hold as many parts as it wants – but it is rarely a good packaging solution. Even if your goal is to increase packaging density, we always keep other factors in mind during the design process:
Packaging optimised for packaging density must also be ready for use quickly and be easy and quick to load.
- Delivery and reuse
Everything that applies to the transport of your products also applies to the transport of the packaging: the more that can be transported at the same time, the better. When developing (reusable) packaging, we make sure that the empty packaging can be reduced in volume. This saves transport and storage costs.