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Online Fast-Track Session: Flexible Packaging for Ecommerce

December 8, 2020

Improving the Ecommerce Experience for You and Your Customers

Scholle IPN is excited to announce that we’ve partnered with Georgia Pacific and Mintel to produce an exciting, 25-minute fast-track session that will get you up-to-speed on what’s new in ecommerce and how flexible packaging can help your company deliver liquid products in the best, most efficient way possible!

During this fast-paced, online meeting, we will review:

  • Hot trends in ecommerce with Mintel
  • Environmental and logistical benefits of flexible packaging with Scholle IPN
  • Amazon-approved flexible packaging formats and how they work with Georgia Pacific

FourMountains Laundry Detergent bag-in-boxIs your company selling liquid products in the ecommerce channel? Are you simply pushing your traditional, rigid packaging through and hoping it survives this difficult journey?

This session will show you how flexible, bag-in-box packaging that’s made specifically to pass Amazon’s SIOC protocols can help you reduce your spend on secondary and tertiary packaging and help your brand not just survive ecommerce but THRIVE.

The event will go live on December 16th at 10am CST. Registration is FREE. Sign up at the link below! 

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Please use the link below to sign up for your session “seat” at this exciting online session on December 16th. We look forward to working with you to maximize your potential within this necessary sales channel.

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Packaging for Ecommerce

33% of consumers surveyed by Mintel are expecting to purchase more everyday products online as compared to a year ago.

  • With the onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers are shopping more online than ever before.

Yet, only 11% of ecommerce customers are completely satisfied with the packaging they receive.

According to a Macfarlane Packaging Survey, ecommerce customers noted:

  • 41% used too much packaging
  • 61% had no branding on the pack
  • 55% did not reflect the value of the brand
  • 24% were not easy to open
  • 10% of products arrived damaged

Simple, SIOC-approved flexible bag-in-box packaging will not only reduce waste throughout this logistics chain, but it will offer your consumers a better way to dispense and enjoy your products once they arrive.

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