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Packaging Solutions for E-Commerce


The Traditional Retail Supply Chain

Packages designed for brick and mortar retail stores are traditionally stored upright, shipped in cartons, stacked on pallets, and are generally well protected during transportation to the retailer. Leaking packages are rare.

Learn about e-commerce market growth and what
the e-commerce consumer values.

Understand the packaging requirements outlined by the world's leading e-commerce retailers.

Specify an induction seal for your application that prevents leaks and offers e-commerce consumers
the convenience they desire.

 

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E-Commerce Distribution

E-Commerce packages are subject to random orientation, rough handling, non-traditional secondary packaging, and many more 'touch points' in distribution. This leaves the e-commerce package much more susceptible to leaking. When a liquid package leaks in an e-commerce shipment, it's likely to be packaged with various other products. The leaking package can damage the products it shipped with, nearby packages, and ultimately the consumer's experience and perception.


 

E-Commerce Retailer & Shipper Packaging Requirements

Leading e-commerce retailers and package delivery companies understand the risk of a leaking package and have developed their own independent packaging requirements to prevent leaking. E-commerce fullfillment centers can refuse or return your inventory or even block future shipments if you have leaking packages. The major e-commerce retailers and package delivery companies recognize induction seals as a solution to provide leak-proof packaging for liquids.


Selig Group Joins Amazon’s APASS (Amazon Packaging Support and Supplier) Network

Amazon Packaging Support and Supplier Network (APASS) supports the development of packaging for Amazon, the APASS program provides a list of companies and labs that can help test, design, and supply packaging in line with Amazon's Packaging Certification Guidelines.


Selig’s received extensive training in Amazon’s FFP (Frustration Free Packaging), SIOC (Ships In Own Container) and PFP (Prep Free Packaging) packaging standards and is available to assist companies in choosing packaging that will meet one of these standards and thereby avoiding the additional costs of Amazon packaging prep as well as consumer complaints due to container damage and potential product leakage.





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