There are 3 levels of packaging: Primary, Secondary and Tertiary.
- The packaging that most closely touches a product, often referred to as “retail packaging.”
- Its main goals are to protect the product and inform or attract a customer.
- What’s considered to be primary packaging depends on the product.
What are the 3 types of packaging?
Types of Packaging. There are three major types of paper packaging: corrugated boxes, boxboard or paperboard cartons, and paper bags and sacks. Corrugated Boxes: Corrugated boxes are commonly used to carry heavier products such as appliances, electronic goods, wine, fruit and vegetables.
What are the 4 types of packaging?
There are four primary types of Packaging. These include: Containers are receptacles that hold, protect and organize products and materials during storage and transport. They come in a variety of forms, including bags, barrels, drums, cartons, cases.
What is primary secondary and tertiary packaging?
Primary packaging is the material that first envelops the product and holds it. Secondary packaging is outside the primary packaging, and may be used to prevent pilferage or to group primary packages together. Tertiary or transit packaging is used for bulk handling, warehouse storage and transport shipping.
What is primary packaging?
Primary packaging is the packaging in direct contact with the product itself and is sometimes referred to as consumer or retail packaging. The main purpose of primary packaging is to protect and/or preserve, contain and inform the consumer. EXAMPLE: For beer the primary packaging would be a can or bottle.