Sunday, February 5, 2023

Kite Packaging launch returnable mailing bags with 30% recycled content

The employee share-owned company has recently released returnable mailing bags, now available in an economical polythene material with 30% recycled content. The lightweight and compact construction conserves vehicle space, enabling more packages to be transported per truck, hence minimising the overall carbon footprint.

Returnable postal packaging appeals to the growing demand for quick and easy returns processes when shopping online. Given the unavoidable uncertainties of ordering items such as clothing from ecommerce sites, a user-friendly procedure for returning goods is essential for securing both the  initial sale and repeated purchases.

The double peel and seal strip allows the mailer to be fastened a second time after the easy-tear perforation is torn. The durable polymer construction supports the design by having suitable strength to last the multiple transit journeys.

Kite Packaging already supply a recyclable kraft paper returnable mailing bag but the polythene version provides a low cost solution without gusseted seams for smaller and lighter products. The company is continually expanding their online product range to suit the requirements of almost all businesses and budgets to the point where they are now the largest online packaging distributor in the UK.

Their keen awareness of ecommerce trends and industry developments makes Kite the perfect partner for your business.

Explore the range at kitepackaging.co.uk

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