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2013 Packaging Survey Report: Wine Shippers

Corrugated cardboard is the most popular wine shipper, with molded pulp following closely behind. EPS foam had a slight uptick in usage over the last two years.
Aug 2013 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Corrugated cardboard is still the most popular way for wineries to send their direct-to-consumer shipments, according to Wine Business Monthly’s 2013 Packaging Survey Report. Molded pulp shipping inserts, however, are nearly as popular, while EPS foam and plastic inserts maintain a significant share of the market. There are four main types of direct-to-consumer wine shipping materials: corrugated cardboard, molded pulp, formed plastic tray inserts and EPS, which is also referred to as Sty...
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