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New website for quick and efficient packaging purchases

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New website for quick and efficient packaging purchases

Good news! We are pleased to announce the launch of our newly designed website. The website offers improved performance and ease of use so that packaging buyers can find what they need quickly and efficiently from a wide choice of low-cost boxes.

The new website includes better product filtering, improved product suggestions, quick buy for those who already know what they want, speedier load times, stock availability notifications and enhanced mobile user experience. Great navigation and sleek user interface were really important factors for us in this new website.

Our website was the first of its kind to offer search by box size over fifteen years ago, but additional search functions now make it easier to find boxes and other packaging products based on their descriptions too. Incremental improvements like these help to provide a better experience for customers.

We chose to stick with the Shopify platform as it’s a world-leader in providing a great ecommerce experience for customers. With Shopify’s Shop Pay, customers can use the same account that they use across other Shopify websites without needing to re-enter billing information, and they can pay with a wide range of options safely and securely.

It's a priority for us to create a website that simply does the job - allows customers to search for and buy cardboard boxes in a hassle-free way so they can get on with their day. Speed and efficiency is what we've aimed to achieve with this upgrade.



Want to buy used boxes? Or see our full range of cardboard boxes? Take a look around our website and see if we can help with your packaging requirements.

We pride ourselves on great service so you can always give us a call if you'd like to speak to someone. 

Lauren Sadler
Lauren Sadler
Lauren is passionate about the circular economy and enjoys writing about packaging, business and sustainability - particularly zero waste and reuse. She gained an Master's degree in Sustainable Development from the University of Exeter and uses her knowledge and research skills to inform and educate others about sustainable packaging choices.
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