Finding out the real cost of a Pan-European packaging operation can be difficult. In many cases companies do not have a central knowledge of what is the real cost of packaging at the European level and/or what are the specific needs of their local operations.
NovuPak, thanks to years of expertise in the packaging sector, can help you and your company to identify and address the areas that are adding cost to your packaging operations across Europe and to convert this
knowledge into innovative products and services, which will increase your operational effectiveness and reduce your total packaging cost.
NovuPak offers standard and tailored packaging products that suit your business needs. Next to a large selection of standard products delivered from stock, NovuPak can develop custom made packaging for various industries. In this section you can find some helpful tips on how to make the most of our packaging products.
NovuPak offers an extensive stretch film range, in which you’ll find a great variety of stretch films and dispensers to suit your specific industry sector application. Our product range includes:
- Hand Stretch Film
- Mini Stretch Film
- Stretch Film Dispensers
- Stretch Wrapping Machines
In this guide we will focus on the advantages and various uses of hand stretch film.
As a pan-European packaging distributor, NovuPak understands that damaged products, returns and inappropriate packaging not only results in increased costs, but it is also a source of customer dissatisfaction.
The right packaging solution must protect products throughout the logistics chain, while minimising costs and environmental impact.
Our expertise, available locally and at an European level, together with our range of products means that we can find the ideal and most cost-efficient packaging for your company.
Read further to find out how to reduce your damages and returns.
Discover how NovuPak’s packaging audit can help you reduce your costs across Europe.
Reducing operating costs and overheads. We are sure this is one of your main business goals.
When budgets are scrutinized and savings required, many companies are tempted to shop around for lower prices.
Unfortunately, this is often at the expense of quality, and any short-term savings can be negated by increased transit damage and supply issues.
Getting the right balance between protecting your products and getting the most out of your packaging spend both on a local and pan-European level is a though challenge.
One of the key factors in reducing transport costs is to make the most of your pallet space. Get this right and you’ll reduce your logistics costs, whether you’re shipping a single pallet or a truck-load.
Fitting more packs per pallet is a very good strategy to reduce storage and transport costs.
Here’s a simple check-list to help you ship more products per pallet:
- Check your existing cases, bearing in mind the physical dimensions, weight and pack quantity.
- Pinch a few millimetres wherever possible to make best use of the pallet deck area.
- Check the available height within the delivery truck or shipping container. Are you paying for unused space?
- Savings from double pallet loads, or even an extra layer per pallet will more than offset the cost of a stronger case which can be stacked higher.
- Don’t forget that sometimes the pack contents can help take the weight.
- Check that height restrictions allow for higher or double pallet loads.
Our European Partner, Moonen Packaging, heatquartered in Weert the Netherlands, has been awarded Gold status by EcoVadis for its CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) policy. This puts Moonen among the best 5% of all assessed participants affiliated to this global platform for the registration and validation of sustainable performances.
EcoVadis investigates and assesses supplier on the basis of policy, initiatives, and results in the field of the environment, working conditions, fair commercial practices and the supply chain, Two years ago, Moonen Packaging our partner in The Netherlands for mainland Europe, was awarded Silver rating and has since then been making efforts to reach the Gold standard.