Sustainable Luxury Paper Packaging: Rigid Tray and Sleeve

  • Robinson Packaging

Robinson's 3-dimensional rigid trays and sleeves present a look and feel that is similar to book jackets. As a one-piece tray, they are suitable for more price-sensitive products.

Robinson's rigid trays and sleeves are made from 100% post-consumer recycled material and are widely recyclable, with the option of adding sustainably sourced paper as black, white, custom colour or textured lining.

Why choose a rigid tray and sleeve?

  • Highly cost-effective alternative to a book jacket
  • Rigid structure offers high-level product protection
  • Sustainable choice

Robinson's rigid trays and sleeves are already the packaging of choice for a range of products including luxury confectionary and beauty products with brands such as cult Beauty, Holdsworth Chocolate and Neom Organics.

For more information contact the Robinson team

See also

ROCOCO chooses ROBINSON for its flagship Easter Egg for 2023

Robinson, who were recently awarded FSC ® certification (Licence code: FSC-C186000) for its Paperbox division, have a produced a rigid shoulder box with internal fitments with a printed satin ribbon to hold the egg in place. The box has been printed in the traditional blue Rococo design inside and out on an uncoated paper. The packaging is 100% recyclable and has no element of plastic in it unlike most other Easter egg boxes on the market.

ROBINSON Receives FSC Certification

Robinson is delighted to announce it has received FSC ® certification (Licence code: FSC-C186000) for its Paperbox division. FSC certification ensures that all products produced at Paperbox are sustainable. FSC-managed forests help provide clean air and water by restricting hazardous chemicals and following strict harvesting and forestry practices. Their work also helps ensure a diversity of animals, trees and plants as well as providing safe working conditions for everyone involved.

  • Abigail Mackay
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  • Created 18 Jan 2023
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