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Packaging and distribution of goods

Packaging and distribution processes are responsible for the easy access to products used every day. Most of the products so commonly used require some form of packaging to either keep the products safe through transportation or allow the product to perform as intended.

For example, bottles, jars, cans and tins play an important role in preserving and protecting the goods inside, where aerosol containers assist with product use. However, it’s not just the products themselves that need packaging. Packaging machinery, including labelling and filling, is essential to produce the products on a larger scale.

To transport and distribute products around the world, storing, warehousing and distribution methods all work together to make access to such products available. From packing to distributing goods, following the recommendations as stated in their related Standards assists with keeping products safe, meeting necessary quality requirements and can improve efficiency of all business processes.