Bulk Packed Loose
- Product is packed loose in a carton.
- They can be packaged with or without chipboard inserted between
a specified quantity of labels.
- It is the least expensive packaging option.
- Affixed products should have stacks turned opposite from each
other within the carton to prevent all of the thickness from the
affixed product from being in the same location.
- Product is wrapped and sealed in plastic shrink film.
- Product can be wrapped in specific quantities.
- Product can be wrapped with a chipboard insert to help prevent
labels from curling.
- Plastic wrapping helps protect the product from damage.
- Affixed products would generally be wrapped in small quantities
due to the uneven thickness of the stacks caused by the extra thickness
in the affixed area.
- The product can be packaged in fiber cartons, sometimes referred
to as "inner cartons".
- Fiber cartons are a better form of protection against damage than
- Fiber cartons help prevent the product from curling.
- Using fiber cartons to package the product is more expensive than
bulk packing or plastic wrapping.
- Affixed products should have small stacks turned opposite from
each other within the fiber carton to prevent all of the thickness
from the affixed product from being in the same location.
Note: Product stored
outside of a carton should be plastic wrapped or packaged
in fiber cartons to protect the product from damage and to