An Australian owned and operated packaging manufacturer, Pakko, is launching a locally developed tool to simplify the process of designing and ordering custom packaging online.
The Interactive Design Platform (IDP), currently in beta testing, will be launched to the public on July 1. It allows users to upload designs, customise the size, and visualise them in a 3D model before making a commitment to ordering.
“We are so proud to be the first in Australia to have developed this platform for the cardboard manufacturing industry,” said Pakko founder and CEO Nina Nguyen.
“We wanted to develop a platform that focuses on the user-experience, while bringing forth innovations and technology to revolutionise the custom packaging process. The IDP will enhance business capabilities across the board by increasing efficiency, generating instant pricing and allowing anyone on the team to create and customise orders, regardless of their graphic or design skills.”
On the Pakko website, customers will be able to:
• Select the box style from several options
• Design their packaging, adding logos, images and text
• Select the desired quantity for checkout, complete with instant, tiered pricing.
Within 10-12 working days the order will be ready for despatch.
Pakko is based in Geebung, Queensland. It was established in 2017 with a vision to create an Australian packaging house that will compete with international standards at every level, offering fast turnaround times and an eco-friendly approach.