HomePoland-StartupsWarsaw-based custom packaging startup Packhelp now available in four newly localized versions

Warsaw-based custom packaging startup Packhelp now available in four newly localized versions

Packhelp, a Polish startup that manufactures custom packaging, has been operating in all EU countries and just created four newly localized versions of it’s website. Founded in 2015, Packhelp makes it super easy for anyone to order fully custom-branded packaging for e-commerce, retail and agencies.

At the moment, Packhelp’s website has been localized for seven languages in total and the young company already plans for further expansion and market penetration. More of the localized versions will be launched in 2018. This course of action reflects Packhelp’s efforts to create an offer crafted to the individual needs of the customers in various countries.

Konrad Kwiatkowski, Marketing Manager at Packhelp, commented: “The newly localized version of the website will allow us to strengthen our position in France, Spain, Italy and Czech Republic. It will also help Packhelp to achieve the top-of-mind position among customers in terms of custom, short series and B2B packaging.”

Three prominent features create the advantage of the Warsaw-based company among its competitors: a very small minimum quantity for standard orders (30 pieces), production time that starts from 14 days and an intuitive, user-friendly online box editor.

Currently, the Packhelp offers six types of boxes. The flagship product of Packhelp are Mailer Boxes, available in 3 various options – Eco, Eco White and Full Colour. The range of products also includes Shipping Boxes and the newest addition to the “packaging family” – Product Boxes, which are available in two versions: Classic and Two Piece.

Apart from expanding its operations in newly localized markets, Packhelp will soon launch a range of new products – tapes, polymailers, envelopes and bags. All of these will be available for branding.

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Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr
Thomas Ohr is the "Editor in Chief" of EU-Startups.com and started the blog in October 2010. He is excited about Europe's future, passionate about new business ideas and lives in Barcelona (Spain).

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