The A-Z of Packaging

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If you’re a regular customer at Davpack, or a regular follower of this blog, you’ll already be aware that we have a vast range of packaging products on offer. We also have what is almost certainly the biggest range of in-stock cardboard and postal boxes available online in the UK.

Trying to find new ways of getting that message across to more people (along with the fact that those products can be bought cheaper and faster at Davpack than pretty much everywhere else!) is a task that exercises the minds of our Marketing team on an almost constant basis.

Earlier this year, we were asked to put together a fun A-Z guide to packaging to illustrate the range – which wasn’t as easy as you might think. Because, while we do have a lot of products to choose from, a lot of them start with a very limited number of letters. That’s particularly the case with the letter ‘P’, which can cover anything made of plastic, polythene, plywood, polyester, polystyrene, paper or polypropylene, all our pallet boxes and covers, the majority of our postal packaging range, and packing tape and packing peanuts. And, of course, Packaging itself!

We got there eventually – although, despite stringent efforts, we still couldn’t come up with anything for the letter ‘X’ – and we’re quite proud of the result, which you can see by clicking here.

So why are we telling you all this now? Because we’ve just turned that fun A-Z into an even more fun infographic, and you can see that by clicking here.

Of course, we still haven’t come up with anything for X, but if you do have any good ideas, please feel free to leave a comment in the box below.

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Rick Stanford

Rick has been a salesman in the packaging supplies business for more than thirty years. Now semi-retired, he divides his time between tending his allotment in north Devon, getting depressed at the continuing travails of his home-town football club Macclesfield Town, and sharing his considerable experience and knowledge with the readers of the Davpack blog. Davpack

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