It’s More Than a Box: Understanding the Basics of Transport Packaging

The term “packaging” carries a lot more weight than most people think. From glass containers and PET bottles to cardboard boxes and bubble wrap, it’s simple: packaging is any material that is used to protect your goods. Whether the packaging is used as a container for liquids or used to ensure the safety of goods in transit from one place to another, packaging plays a significant role in global supply chains. Consequently, with substantial growth in e-commerce and logistics, transport packaging continues to evolve.

December 22, 2020

What is Transport Packaging?

Transport packaging is used as protection and containment during the transport of goods. It protects them from potential damage during product transportation, handling, and storage. Transport packaging encompasses industries that are involved in the packaging and shipping of consumer products.

Transport packaging is made up of a variety of materials, including but not limited to pallets, plastic films, boxes, bubble wrap, or molded materials such as glass, paper, or plastic. When it comes down to protecting your goods, different levels of packaging are used before your product “hits the shelves.”