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Packaging, Labels and Automation are things that most companies come into contact with, regardless of which sector they operate in. No sector is foreign to us, and no one is too big or too small. However, most of the companies we work with are in the industrial, commercial and logistics sectors.
We’ve brought together a few case studies below from our customers in different sectors.
We know that there are both complex and specific challenges for different industrial sectors.
When understanding the consumers' behaviour, distributors and trading companies can win huge benefits.
Many companies will integrate their logistical flow into their own business as the requirements increase.
Read about some of our customer cases:
Rofa Design needed a range of packaging materials that were adapted to the size of our products, as well as our dispatcher's volume weights.
Skapamer.se is one of Sweden’s largest and most popular webshops for crafts and hobbies. The store was founded in 2010 and has everything for those who love to create and craft. Skapamer.se has a wide range for both adults and children, at very advantageous prices.
Skapamer.se and Boxon have been collaborating since 2018.
Roxtec was founded in Sweden in 1990 and is world-leading in flexible sealing solutions for cable and pipe penetrations. Their flexible systems are used for cable sealing and pipe sealing in many demanding industries and projects worldwide, as the seals provide certified protection against several risks such as fire, gas, dust, water and pests.
Wet City Spirits is a West Coast distillery. Their Spirits are distilled in Gothenburg using only the highest quality organic ingredients and bottled by hand.
With so many units within Alfa Laval, keeping its packaging assortment coherent, uniform and consistent has been a challenge.
In the past, each unit managed its own orders as well as designs for packaging materials, says Claus Møller, Global Purchasing Manager at Alfa Laval.
This failed to accentuate the brand and also resulted in high quantities of products delivered from Boxon.
Mediq supplies the Scandinavian market with healthcare products from its five sites, three in Sweden and one each in Denmark and Norway.
When Mediq invited tenders for corrugated cardboard, they wanted to find one joint partner for the Scandinavian market. Upon completion of the procurement process, Boxon and Mediq signed an agreement in 2015.
AstraZeneca previously used inkjet printers to label its transport packaging items. But with the market’s requirement to include barcodes and 2D codes on transport packaging, they needed to look around for label applications.
After conducting a pilot study and looking at a beta version of Videojet 9550 in Belgium, they decided to choose Boxon as their supplier.
With up to 1,000 different items, it’s important to keep things in order. Every single item must be labelled with information about what kind of product it is and how it should be applied. All in accordance with the requirements of the Swedish Medical Products Agency.
When Boxon arrived on the scene, labelling was being done by hand, a time-consuming task. But with increased labelling requirements, Kraft Group found that they needed to streamline the setup.
Initially we bought pre-printed plastic tubs for each kind that needed to be packed,” explains Lisa Boström, co-owner of Cajom Pepparrot AB.
This turned out to be a very costly way of doing things. In the food industry, rules and directives can change overnight and one single marking mistake made the pre-printed tub worthless.
A cost-effective alternative with low one-off costs, no costly cliché changes and shorter lead times. The perfect solution for Cajom.
The concept is based on assessing the customer's supply chain from a holistic view and then developing injection moulded plastic packaging that serves either as a reusable system in contexts such as the inflows to an engine factory or as disposable packaging. These new solutions can reduce the need for standard packaging.
The advantage of working with Boxon is that we speak the same language. We maintain a good dialogue and they are highly knowledgeable about design and the way flows work, said Åke Axelsson, Volvo packaging engineer.
Based on the customer’s need for reduced storage space, flexible packaging requirements, varying consumption and rapid sample packing options, Compack Midi was recommended. Compack Midi is an On-Demand solution that produces corrugated cardboard boxes on site, in exactly the right quantity and at exactly the right time.
The system is flexible enough to produce single boxes or batches, fully customised to meet the business’s specific requirements.
The most popular packaging item is a quick bottom box for the online shop Tights.no. A quick bottom box does not need to be taped and can be adjusted in height, which means that no filling material is required. When the solution was tested, they were so satisfied that the company ordered a large number right away.
The partnership between SDK Logistics and Boxon began in 2013. Boxon was able to offer SDK a one-stop solution in terms of packaging material, from fast deliveries of Boxon’s standard items to totally unique solutions for SDK’s customers.