The Bullen Companies Announces Conversion To Brown Boxes

According to The Bullen Companies, its brown boxes will maintain the same high standards as the company’s previous white ones. (Photo courtesy of The Bullen Companies)

The Bullen Companies has announced what it said is “a significant development in our commitment to sustainability and cost efficiency—we’re making the switch to brown boxes for our packaging.”

According to a press release, key highlights of the move are:

  • Consistent Construction: “Rest assured, our brown boxes maintain the same high standards as our previous white ones, ensuring impeccable product integrity during transport and storage.”
  • Outer Layer Distinction: “While the outer layer of our brown boxes may look different, the fundamental construction remains identical, guaranteeing reliable packaging for our valued customers.”
  • Gradual Transition: “We are in the process of gradually transitioning to brown boxes as we replace our current inventory. Slower-moving sizes may continue to feature white boxes for a month or more during this transition period.”
  • Cost Advantage: “As part of a strategic move to control and minimize potential future packaging cost increases, brown boxes come with a slight cost advantage. This change aligns with our ongoing efforts to provide value to our customers.”
  • Labeling Consistency: “For those accustomed to specific customer or product labeling, rest assured that this practice remains unchanged. We are committed to ensuring a seamless transition for our customers.”

The release added: “This transition reflects our dedication to environmental responsibility and operational efficiency. We appreciate the continued support of our customers as we make these positive changes.”

For more information, contact a Bullen sales representative or email sales@bullenonline.com.

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