Sunday, June 7, 2020

Kite Packaging introduces plastic-free packaging solutions

The UK packaging supplier’s eco drive continues to flourish as the Kite Packaging introduces its new sugar cane mailing bags and corrugated book mailers.

Kite’s new eco mailing bags are produced from sugar cane, the greenest material on the market, making them an eco-friendly alternative to standard polythene mailing bags.

The bags are 100% recyclable and use no fossil fuels, making them the ideal sustainable packaging solution for businesses who want to boost their green credentials.

Providing the same performance as standard polythene mailing bags, these environmentally-friendly mailing bags provide businesses with an eco-friendly alternative that does not compromise on quality, performance, appearance or feel.

The employee-owned business’s new mailing bags are also carbon neutral, meaning they take carbon dioxide from the atmosphere in the growing process, therefore balancing out the carbon dioxide emitted during production and transit.

The next product Kite has launched this month is new book wrap mailers, all-round edge corner protection which is comprised of 100% recycled material.

Secure and tamper-evident, these corrugated book wrap mailers are the ideal solution for e-commerce businesses operating in the printed media industry, independent publishers and more. They provide a heavy duty, environmentally-friendly postal solution that gets goods from A to B.

Each of the new products will help Kite reach its 2019 goal, the e-commerce business’s team have pledged to reduce their own plastic usage and their customers’ plastic usage by a total 120 tonnes.

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