Everyone working in product supply or distribution knows that tertiary (or transit) packaging is an essential component of the cost of goods sold - and everyone wants to minimise its cost whilst ensuring that it always keeps goods in pristine condition right the way to their final destination. Of course, this isn’t quite as simple as it sounds, and it’s worth bearing in mind that without conducting a holistic review of the complete packaging process, isolated decisions that seem to be ‘common sense’ can actually cause wider problems and reduce efficiencies both operationally and financially.
Whilst Covid’s repeated restrictions and lockdowns have been a nightmare for pubs and restaurants, wine consumption amongst UK consumers has been strong over the past year. Why? Lots more of us have been drinking more at home – and who can blame us? Expensive luxuries like holidays have been far out of reach, so many of us have switched our spend to affordable treats instead.
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Amazon and other popular drop-shipping services have been gaining in popularity as consumers and businesses begin to realise the benefits and convenience. But what new and emerging methods are there to reduce waste from delivery services?