Packaging is an essential part in e-commerce shipping, and frustration-free hasn’t become just a trend, but is the future of packaging solutions. Unlike traditional packaging, frustration-free packaging is easy to open while providing ultimate protection to the products. These frustration-free packaging solutions use packing materials that are 100% recyclable.
Onyx Packaging is an ISTA certified and Amazon Frustration-Free Packaging Certified Laboratory. We are your ideal choice when it comes to delivering the most demanding needs of the customers with unparalleled service, quality, and commitment to excellence. Through the frustration-free packaging protocols, we aim to eliminate the use of excessive packaging. We have also limited our use of plastic packaging, taking into account the Amazon packaging material.
In order to carry out these tests, it is necessary to have access to simulation equipment. Onyx Packaging understands the requirements and provides our customers with test reports that are recognized around the world. Onyx Packaging was also named to the Amazon APASS network as one of the few Amazon-approved labs in the country.
Packaging standards are important to ensure that packages must successfully navigate conditions like extreme temperatures, temperature variations, compression, vibration, impact, shock, drop, reduced pressure, and altitude. The packaging must stand up to these conditions and do so while maintaining the integrity and performance of the product it contains.
Package testing is a detailed process that simulates the real world of the supply chain by mimicking various activities in a lab environment. The goals of package testing are to reduce damage and warranty claims, achieve the highest certification standards of vendors, and lower shipping costs through lighter and smaller packaging. Onyx also provides simulated shipping environments, tests to failure to determine the useful life of materials, and recommends package designs. These tests can assist with determining warranty periods, required warning stickers, and user instructions.