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As far as direct contact with the product is concerned, secondary packaging really does take a back seat. But this does not make them any less important: they serve as additional protection for primary packaging and packaged goods, play a central role in shipping and are also indispensable in marketing. Reasons enough to take a closer look at secondary packaging.
There are many types of packaging and they are very different. This applies not only to the variety of shapes and materials - but above all to their respective intended use. In logistics, a fundamental distinction is therefore made between primary, secondary and tertiary packaging. We explain what primary packaging is and what special requirements it has to fulfil.
Two years after the start of the Corona pandemic, there is still no relief in sight. Even though the WHO is cautiously talking about a possible improvement of the situation in 2022, the further course of the pandemic is more than uncertain. New mutations of the virus, such as the current Omicron variant, and a low vaccination rate have caused the infection figures in Germany to rise extremely in the last quarter of 2021 and at the beginning of the new year 2022 - with renewed drastic effects on society and the economy.