What is it
Any packaging which is secondary to the immediate product packaging. Generally, secondary packaging is used to bundle primary product packaging for delivery to the consumer or for retail point of sale purposes.
How it works
One example is where multiple foil blister packs are bundled into a printed unit carton, or a bottle of medicine which is presented in a cardboard box with a Consumer Medical Information leaflet.
Other examples could be where products bundled together in a 2 for 1 promotional pack, or multiple components are required to be bundled for an emergency aid pack. ABS can coordinate this for you.