Macfarlane Packaging, the country’s leading supplier of protective packaging, is today (13 July) launching its fifth annual “unboxing”* survey to UK consumers. The results are expected to further help online retailers to tailor their packaging to meet the needs of their customers.
Macfarlane Packaging, the UK’s largest distributor of protective packaging materials, has further enhanced the capability of its Innovation Lab to create authentic, innovative and effective packaging solutions that help customers to reduce their total cost of packaging and environmental impact. The company’s £200,000 investment in new technology at its Innovation Lab means that customers visiting the facility can see precisely …
Almost a third of online shoppers want their purchases to be sent in more environmentally friendly packaging and they’re prepared to pay more for it – that’s the main finding of Macfarlane Packaging’s Annual Unboxing Survey, the results of which are published today.
Retailers who need to send wine bottles through the post can now do this both safely and in an environmentally friendly way thanks to Flexi-Hex®, an innovative 100% plastic free packaging system being launched today by Macfarlane Packaging, the UK’s number one supplier of protective packaging.
Macfarlane Group PLC (“Macfarlane”) is pleased to announce the acquisition of Leyland Packaging Company (Lancs) Limited (“Leyland”). The acquisition is in line with Macfarlane’s strategy of building the business through a combination of organic and acquisitive growth.
Macfarlane Group PLC, the UK’s largest distributor of protective packaging products, has announced its Interim Results for the first half of 2019, revealing pre-tax profit growth of 8.7% on turnover up 5.4%.
Macfarlane Group PLC (“Macfarlane”) today (14th May) publishes its Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) Statement covering 2019 to date.
Macfarlane Packaging, the country’s leading supplier of protective packaging has developed a new solution for end users to engage with product packaging using the latest augmented reality (AR) technology.
Almost a quarter of consumers are still opening goods ordered online that are overpacked according to a survey by Macfarlane Packaging.
Overpacking remains a current focus and major challenge for retailers as they balance the need to ensure their product arrives undamaged while managing customer demands for more sustainable packaging.