Have you ever wondered why popular companies such as Apple or Nike spend a lot of money on just the packaging of your product or why everything is done so efficiently that it is almost like playing a game of "I spy" to find one single flaw? The answer is simple. It takes money to make money, and that is something not all industries comprehend the same way as others do. Not only are good packaging methods great for marketing purposes, but they also important for the safety of the product. Poor packaging can easily lead to the loss of customers and broken product pieces.
When you receive a package in the mail that is torn and tattered you almost always think to yourself, “what good can come of this?”. Am I right? Most likely so. Reversing the scenario and seeing that you receive a package in the mail with a unique design and a pretty blue ribbon tied around the package you are going to be filled with wonder on how brilliant the product is going to be. Not only that, you are most likely going to want to save the box and use it for your personal items at home because of the beautiful appearance of the box. This is how larger companies keep their customers satisfied and the products in mint condition.
Using the correct packaging methods for different items is what keeps products from getting broken during the delivery process. For instance you would not just place a glass vase in a cardboard box without wrapping it in bubble wrap. Why? Because the vase would roll around and bump into the sides of box causing possible chips in the glassware. To avoid any damages, be sure to use the correct method for all products whether they are fragile or solid pieces.