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On a larger scale, packaging also refers to a synchronized system of preparing goods for delivery, warehousing, logistics, sale and end use. Besides simply protecting and containing goods, packaging plays a crucial role in informing and selling an article to the consumer. Thus, it must be noted that there are numerous advantages to packaging that are not necessarily limited to just encasing and wrapping goods.
As mentioned above, the basic objective behind packaging certain items is physical protection against shock, the elements and physical damage. If goods have been packed properly, their shelf life is likely to be quite long. Moreover, packaging ensures that goods stay intact while being transported from the site of manufacturing to the point of purchase. Inadequate or feeble packaging risks the overall longevity and survival of the product especially that of perishable items. In order to increase the shelf life of a product, it is imperative to create a barrier against oxygen, moisture and dust. Packaging sometimes includes desiccants which protect goods from excess moisture, and thus performs the important task of protecting the goods. In addition to protection from spoilage, light and humidity, packaging also prevents the contamination of the product by microorganisms, chemicals, toxins, insects and soil.