case-study

Better results in every case.

Our standard practice is to offer our customers a free packaging audit where we will analyse your existing packaging and identify effective solutions to reduce your costs.

  • Case study One

    Our brief:

    Client A approached Boxshop with the task of copying an existing White/White Chemically Enhanced E Flute box with 100% print coverage.

    Our solutions:

    1. We reduced ink coverage from 100% and simplified pack use considerably by introducing visual aids.
    2. We changed the white inner paper stock to brown stock, reducing costs.
    3. We undertook a controlled removal of Chemically Enhanced Flute.

    Our result:

    Thanks to our expertise, Boxshop not only made our client’s packaging considerably more user-friendly, we reduced the impact on the environment and significantly reduced their costs.

  • Case study Two

    Our brief:

    Our client wanted to recreate an existing 0201 glued case, with hand-taped enclosure. They were looking for everything to be replicated, on a like-for-like basis.

    Our solutions:

    1. We undertook trials of a range of different styles of box for best option on closure.
    2. We evaluated the negative points and positive benefits associated with each style of pack.
    3. We executed full production trials of the preferred pack option of Crash Lock base.

    Our result:

    Although the recommended new box was slightly higher in unit cost, a far easier assembly and reduced footprint on the production line meant that the total cost of ownership to our client was significantly reduced.

  • Case study Three

    Our brief:

    Our client was looking for an effective solution to avoid paying a premium price for a glossier print finish than standard corrugate material, thereby improving on-shelf presence for their product.

    Our solutions:

    1. Through our advanced knowledge of Shelf Ready Packaging developments and understanding of print specifications, we had developed our print process with extensive print trials 6 months in advance of this change.
    2. We supplied print trials for our client to view and evaluate which option best suited their needs and fitted with their brand identity.
    3. We executed full production of the preferred option.

    Our result:

    Through our understanding of best practices surrounding SRP and developing our print processes to meet them, our proposal was an effective solution to enhancing on-shelf presence for our client’s product, while avoiding unnecessary expensive box and origination costs.