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SupplyOne Offers Secondary Packaging Solutions

Meeting new package configuration trends

Published: Wednesday, May 24, 2023 - 12:00

(SupplyOne: Newtown Square, PA) -- SupplyOne Inc., the largest independent supplier of custom corrugated and other value-added packaging products, equipment, and services in the U.S., offers secondary, end-of-line packaging solutions to meet new package configurations required by changing demands for bundling, grouping, shipping, or marketing products.

From case erectors and case sealers to stretch wrapping equipment and shrink bundlers, product identification automation, bagging, and automatic palletizers and conveying machinery, SupplyOne offers comprehensive secondary packaging solutions from a range of recognized best-in-class manufacturers.

Growth in e-commerce packaging, convenience packaging, and SKU proliferation, as well as an ever-increasing desire for more sustainable packaging operations, has led to more package variety and on-shelf crowding. In response, manufacturers are switching up packaging configurations and implementing secondary packaging solutions that meet four critical retail packaging requirements identified by a recent Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies (PMMI) business intelligence report:
• Shelf-ready cartons for easier product display
• Multipacks/variety packs
• Biodegradable or recyclable materials
• Traceability and product security

SupplyOne offers state-of-the-art packaging demonstration facilities around the country to provide manufacturers, food processors, and e-commerce companies with live demonstrations of new and improved secondary packaging machinery and materials that meet these requirements. Visitors can get hands-on experience with various types of automatic and semiautomatic case erectors, case sealers, vacuum packaging, skin packaging, shrink-wrapping machinery, flow wrappers, conveyors, and strapping equipment. Virtual demonstrations are also available.

Additionally, SupplyOne specializes in customized secondary/end-of-line packaging solutions that help customers achieve sustainability goals without sacrificing performance or profitability. Approaching sustainability with a complete perspective that spans every aspect of packaging ownership—from design and material selection to packaging-related processes and distribution through end of life—SupplyOne packaging engineers and designers create custom eco-friendly packaging solutions that are purpose-built to optimize each customer’s needs, reduce costs, and increase working capital.


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