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Green packaging wherehouse management

  1. 1. All About The Packaging Eka Darmadi Lim 3094802
  2. 2. packaging has developed well beyond its original function as merely a means of product protection Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging
  3. 3. a key marketing role in developing on shelf appeal, providing product information and establishing brand image and awareness. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging
  4. 4. Packaging is the “Container” for a product, including Design, Color, Shape, Labeling, and material used. Source: Arens,1996
  5. 5. Packaging is crucial, given that it is the first thing that the public sees before making the final decision to buy Source: Vidales Giovannetti, 1995
  6. 6. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Physical Protection Barrier Protection Marketing
  7. 7. Reducing Thief Convenience Information Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging
  8. 8. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Physical Protection Compression Temperature Shock, Vibration Protection
  9. 9. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Barrier Protection Water Dust Gas
  10. 10. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Convenience Handling the product Display Open and close the package
  11. 11. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Information Product Label Contain of the package Product Information
  12. 12. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging -Shock -Drop -Dust -Temperature Scheme How to Store Goods … (Warehouse) -Liquid
  13. 13. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging -Shock -Drop -Dust -Temperature Scheme How to Transport Goods … -Liquid
  14. 14. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Fragile No Hand Hock !! Kept away Form Water This Way UpCentre of Gravity Kept away Form Sunlight Don’t Clap
  15. 15. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Primary Packaging Secondary Packaging Tertiary Packaging
  16. 16. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Primary Packaging … “the material that first envelops the product and holds it” Example: Plastic, Laminated Tubes,
  17. 17. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Secondary Packaging … “outside the primary packaging, perhaps used to group primary packages together.” Example: Boxes, Shrink warp, Cartons
  18. 18. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Tertiary Packaging … “is used for bulk handling, warehouse storage and transport shipping” Example: Barrel, Bulk Container
  19. 19. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Tertiary Packaging … “is used for bulk handling, warehouse storage and transport shipping”
  20. 20. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Protect the product Promote the product Convenience Identification Value added product
  21. 21. From Loose to Packed “Fruit”
  22. 22. From Loose to Packed “Milk”
  23. 23. Rail •Cost Effective solution Truck •Flexible in Routing & Time Schedule Water •Low Cost shipping Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging
  24. 24. Pipeline •Only for “Gas” Air •High Cost transportation Internet •Digital Data distribution Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging
  25. 25. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Protect the Product Attractive Green packaging Durability & Low Cost Good Shape & Design
  26. 26. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Safety product Easy to storage Easy distribution Helps in advertising Make the product popular In Company side …
  27. 27. Source: Journal: The Power of Packaging Protect the product Easy to storage Easy Information The exclusive sense Convenience In Customer side …

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