How to package a mattress for safe delivery or storage

Mattresses are notoriously awkward to move and store; they’re unwieldy, heavy, not waterproof, and customers expect them to arrive in a pristine condition. Add to that the fact that a mattress is a highly personal, high value item that people use every day, and you have one tricky to piece of furniture to move. So … Continue reading “How to package a mattress for safe delivery or storage”

Buying Wholesale – The Ultimate Business Guide to Packaging Suppliers

For any company that has an element of shipping, supplying, or selling as part of their business model, the ability to buy in supplies wholesale, and establish effective wholesale supplier relationships is key. In this complete business guide to buying wholesale packaging, and setting up the best supplier relationships for your organisation, we share some … Continue reading “Buying Wholesale – The Ultimate Business Guide to Packaging Suppliers”

Six romantic packaging ideas for business

There are plenty of hopeless romantics out there and luckily the calendar is bursting with dates that provide an opportunity for them to prove their feelings to their loved ones. Valentine’s Day may be the first of the romantic dates to spring to mind, but there are many more that offer a chance for your … Continue reading “Six romantic packaging ideas for business”

How to showcase your brand with the perfect garment packaging

As a retailer, you want to ensure your clothing is displayed in the best possible way, whilst ensuring it is protected from dust and dirt. Even if you run an online store, you need your garments to arrive intact and looking presentable, so getting the packaging right is important. At Transpack, we sell a variety … Continue reading “How to showcase your brand with the perfect garment packaging”

4 things to consider when using cellophane for packaging

Cellophane has been around for more than 100 years but these days, the product that most people call cellophane is actually polypropylene. Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer, discovered by accident in 1951, and has since become the world’s second most widely manufactured synthetic plastic. Visually similar to cellophane, there are fundamental differences which make polypropylene … Continue reading “4 things to consider when using cellophane for packaging”