Paper for packaging and customized packaging

The term paper for packaging refers to the use of mainly cellulosic material in the vast and complex world of packaging.

As we have amply emphasized, the functions of packaging have evolved over time and are now oriented towards an increasingly in-depth concept of customer care.

This is how, from this advantageous encounter between packaging and communication, what today represents product and cover, good and packaging: customized packaging.

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History and evolution of customized packaging

Packaging paper and custom packaging continue to strengthen their bond thanks to the relentless creativity that surrounds them.

In addition, the increasingly innovative technologies related to paper processing allow a significant implementation of services that can be implemented directly on the material used for packaging.

Consequently, customized packaging increasingly attracts the consumer’s attention, often affecting the product launch itself in the market and its consequent positioning.

Packaging therefore has the responsibility of making the product unique and impactful: decorations, text, logos designate its identity, making it different and graphically coherent.

Packaging paper: GoBox by Moreschini

GoBox by Moreschini is a totally recyclable and customizable cardboard package, perfect for e-commerce. A world, that of online sales, which seems to know no setbacks: its growth is constant and also involves small and medium-sized enterprises.

As a result, online sales and shipping involve millions of boxes traveling the planet. Packaging is therefore increasingly urged to support this important market through increasingly innovative solutions.

Thinking about the e-commerce sector, Cartotecnica Moreschini has created GoBox: an innovative line of shipping boxes, designed for companies that sell online.

Practical, resistant, sustainable and customizable, GoBox enhances the goods to be delivered, the image of the seller and the final user’s customer experience.

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