Almost a third of online shoppers want their purchases to be sent in more environmentally friendly packaging and they’re prepared to pay more for it – that’s the main finding of Macfarlane Packaging’s Annual Unboxing Survey, the results of which
Almost a quarter of consumers are still opening goods ordered online that are overpacked according to a survey by Macfarlane Packaging.
Macfarlane Packaging, the country’s leading supplier of protective packaging, is this week launching its annual “unboxing”* survey designed to provide retailers with valuable feedback from consumers on their experiences of opening and unpacking goods ordered online.
Macfarlane Packaging, the country’s largest protective packaging supplier, is hosting a series of unique events for retailers to address the key operational challenges in e-commerce fulfilment at their state of the art Innovation Lab in Milton Keynes.
Leading UK packaging distributor, Macfarlane Packaging, claims to have launched the country’s first “Letterboxable” range of packaging. The move is a direct response to consumer feedback that highlights the biggest single frustration for online shoppers is products sent in packaging
The number one annoyance for online shoppers is receiving items sent in unsuitably sized packaging, according to the results of a consumer survey published by a leading UK packaging provider. The OnePoll research, commissioned by the UK’s largest packaging distributor, Macfarlane Packaging, was conducted across