Test Valley Packaging is a family business which has been supplying packaging solutions for over four decades. We are available to provide a free consultation on your packing processes and offer advice how you can maximise the efficiency of your pack and dispatch operation, and ensure your customers have a positive experience when unboxing your products.
Our customers appreciate our small dynamic team who process their orders, handle their inquiries and provide them with a positive experience because we really care.
The biggest change for the humble postbox in over 160 years.The biggest change for the humble postbox in over 160 years.
Royal Mail have reacted to the change in how we use their service and have announced that they will be trialling the first ever parcel postboxes in the UK. These parcel postboxes will make it easier for you to post your parcels in the same way you post letters.
The trial will consist of 30 parcel postboxes being intalled in various around Northampton and Leicester until 5 November.
So, how to use the parcel postboxes?
Wildflower Beebombs ProjectWith as much as 97% of native British Wildflower habitat having been lost since World War 2 the wildflower habitats that bees and butterflies depend on need to be re-established.
This is why the team at Test Valley Packaging have decided to give our customers a chance to re-create these lost wildflower habitats and to help bolster dwindling bee populations which are crucial to biodiversity.
We found an interesting company called Beebombs who have created a product which requires no...more
World Environment dayAs part of World Environment Day (5th June) www.unenvironment.org
We decided to get active and clean up our local area.
We split into two groups with the first group tackling South Street in Wilton which is notorious for being littered with fast food waste and fly-tipping, and the second group who covered the area behind Churchfields Industrial Estate which is on The River Nadder.
We found that a large majority of the litter along the road was plastic bags, plastic that related...more