Notbox has patented a new, cost-effective, environmentally-friendly, multi-use, reusable, recyclable alternative to the traditional one-use cartonboard box. The company will initially focus on opportunities in the supply chain and marketing sectors, and will also develop a range of Notboxes for consumer use.
Managing director Jonathan Cobb says: “Notbox is for any company that wants to remove cartonboard from its supply chain or that has a CSR commitment to lower the company’s carbon footprint. It is equally well suited to businesses that need a quirky, re-usable packaging solution for a marketing campaign or for the consumer market. We see untold potential for Notboxes across numerous sectors globally.
“To give our proposition some scale, one customer using a million single-trip cartonboard boxes a year in a cycle from its distribution centre to retail store will lease 125,000 reusable Notboxes to save over £200,000 per year. They’ve also calculated that every 100 boxes they take out of their supply chain will reduce their annual CO2 emissions by 74kg.”
Notboxes can be branded for customers, are available in more than 20 colours and a variety of sizes, can be bought outright or leased, and can be designed to provide a wide range of bespoke packaging solutions.
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