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In order to shield manufactured goods from damage caused by impact stress during handling and shipping, protective packaging buffers that have been moulded into them are frequently used. These buffers are made of very good, inexpensive materials. However, they are not environmentally friendly.
Designed particularly to fit the needs of your product, supply chain, and sales channel, buffers are a type of protective packaging. The buffers can be constructed of paper, come in corrugated cardboard and Hexacomb (or both at once), and can be designed to deliver the greatest levels of strength and safety to fit any supply chain challenges and issues.
Paper-based buffers are a more environmentally friendly alternative to EPS and plastic. Paper is one of the most environmentally beneficial materials and the most widely collected and truly recycled materials in the world as it is recyclable, renewable, and biodegradable.
The Global buffer packaging market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Smurfit Kappa has a buffer solution for anything from electronics to ceramics, to furniture to appliances. Smurfit Kappa will adapt the buffer solution to your particular needs to ensure your product arrives at its destination in flawless shape, regardless of the product, the size, the weight, or the supply chain challenges.
A Dutch start-up aiming towards full-scale commercialization, Fibi-buffer is increasing the output of its biodegradable shock-absorbing buffer packaging while “secretly daydreaming” about other countries’ manufacturing facilities. The business manufactures biodegradable buffer packaging cubes to shield expensive items from shocks and impacts while being transported and stored.
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