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Make Food Packaging Sydney Budget-Friendly with These steps

by Thepouch Shop Packaging company
Companies involved in manufacturing and supplying food and beverage want to make sure that the food item that they are dealing in is packed so that it does not rot until it reaches the end-consumer. 

This is the reason why their top priority in terms of investment and research is the food packaging Sydney options available with them. 

They want to find out newer and better options for maintaining the quality of the food and make the existing ones better than ever. 

But it has been observed that the cost or the budget often exceeds their expectations and this is what we will be discussing here in this article. 

Experts say that there are actually tips, methods and tricks available to reduce the food packaging Sydney cost while offering the best solutions to the consumers. 

Factors That Contribute To Higher Packaging Costs-

In terms of food packaging Sydney, the material is not the only factor that influences the overall cost. 

There are numerous other factors that contribute at the same time to increase the overall cost of the packaging. Some top names are listed below – 

  • Poorly Designed Materials Storage And Packaging Lines

  • Long Packaging Process Times

  • Paying For Box Dimensions Rather Than Product Dimensions

  • Ineffective Packaging Materials That Allow Damage

  • In-Efficient Manufacturing Models

  • Failing To Optimize Packaging

  • Expensive Shipping Costs

After reviewing the pointers above, the experts of food packaging supplies whole companies say that to eradicate all of them, a holistic approach is needed. 

The first step here is identifying different types of materials that can be used in food packaging Sydney because a whole plethora is available and some names are listed below.

Top Food Packaging Sydney Materials-

CardBoard-

  • Corrugated Seal

  • Plastic Film

  • Stretch Foil

  • Shrink Foil


Plastic Bags-

  • Zip/Zipper

  • Snap-Fastening

  • Adhesive Closure

  • Drawstring

  • Iso-Thermal Pockets

  • Foam Sachets

Paper-

  • Bleached Kraft

  • Crepe Paper

  • Natron Kraft

  • Grey Paper

  • Brown Paper

  • Oil Paper

  • Courant Paper

Stuffing Materials-

  • Foam-In Bag

  • Filled Air

  • Styrofoam

  • Foam Chips/Peanuts

  • Wood Wool/Excelsior

  • Paper Wool

  • Paper Fibre

  • Fibre Board

  • Silica Gel Grains

  • Bubble Wrap

  • Foam Foil

Warehouse Optimisation-

The next step of the holistic approach that we discussed above includes the consideration of the layout of the warehouse because often, there is a huge scope of improvements there. 

The following steps can be tried to make sure that some improve gets visible there.

  • Analyse Your Current Inventory Of Product Packaging

  • Identify Similar Items That Could Be Grouped Together

  • Identify Infrequently Used Packaging Materials And Group Them Together

The result of these steps would be that several packaging lines will get reduced to just a few, well-optimised lines. As a result, labour cost would get reduced and this is also possible by minimizing the amount of warehouse space you use and the costs associated with it, such as lighting and heating.

Automation-

Automation has proved a boon for numerous industries and food packaging Sydney industry can also get hugely benefitted by the same. The process would be more streamlined, optimised, time-saving and most importantly, it will help in saving a lot of money. 

Your workforce could be spending valuable time on the following, time-consuming tasks in the packaging process:

  • Constructing Corrugated Cardboard

  • Assembling And Securing Cartons

  • Inserting Dividers Or Stuffing Materials

  • Taping And Securing Boxes


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