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Fibre Inserts

Posted By: Ecolution Packaging

Date: Mon, 29 May 2023

Price: $1.00

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Made from recycled paper or natural fibres
Fibre trays/inserts are a lightweight and economical way of protecting goods
A sustainable way to enhance the presentation
Fibre Inserts/Trays Materials
Our moulded pulp fibre packaging is made from recycled paper or natural fibres such as sugarcane bagasse, wheat straw and bamboo. Unlike standard foam or PET plastic inserts, moulded fibre gift box insert and gift box tray reduce the land required for virgin fibre production and the amount of virgin fibre going to landfill. The packaging inserts/trays even can be reused as planter pots.

The packaging inserts/cosmetic tray and chocolate trays made from sugarcane are also compatible with food packaging; there’s a low risk of chemicals migrating into the food contents, reducing contamination risks.

Our gift box inserts have sturdy quality. By using them, you can make sure that your products are well-protected during transit and storage. They are also a good choice financially, as they are stackable, which saves you shipping and storage space costs.

Fibre Inserts/Trays Custom Options
Our paper gift box inserts are highly customisable. Customising your fibre inserts/trays allows you to create a unique, eye–catching look that will draw the attention of customers as well as a perfect fit to provide additional protection for delicate goods. An important advantage of customising your fibre packaging inserts/trays is that it can help you to create a consistent brand image. Using the same colours, shapes and sizes for all your products, you can ensure that customers easily recognise your brand, build brand recognition and make your products more desirable.

Customising your moulded fibre packaging can be done in various ways, from choosing and branding colours to creating custom shapes and sizes.

Colours: White, light grey, brown and black (MOQ: 5,000)

Other existing colours as shown in the colour chart below and branding colours (MOQ: Higher)

Shapes: Custom shapes with multiple compartments as required

Sizes: Custom

Fibre Inserts/Trays Specifications
Minimum order quantity: 5,000pcs

Application: Wine and spirits, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, electronics, jewellery and watches

Lead time: 8-12 weeks

Disposal: Home compostable/organic waste

More kinds of chocolate insert, medical insert and bottle insert, please visit our website.

As a packaging supplier, we can offer sorts of related products for sale, anything you need, please contact us.

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