“It’s going to be different.
You’ll get a better price for the item,” said one of the shoppers, who asked not to be named because he was not authorised to speak to the media.
“You can buy a smaller version or you can have a bigger version.”
“They’re just going to do it a different way.
I think they’re going to have a lot more flexibility,” he said.
The Australian retail giant, which is the world’s second largest consumer goods retailer, has not yet made the move but will be making a number of tweaks to its packaging this year.
“We’ve been thinking about this for some time, but we’ve never had this opportunity before,” CEO Paul McAndrew said in an interview with the ABC’s RN Breakfast.
“In terms of what we’re looking at with our packaging, we have a bunch of new technologies.
We’re looking to deliver a new and fresher look to our packaging.”
“We’re not just looking at our packaging anymore, we’re also looking at the whole packaging business.”
Some of the changes could be as simple as replacing the current adhesive on a packaging insert with an adhesive that’s more flexible, which would mean that it would be easier for consumers to remove and replace items.
“It will allow you to do a lot easier packing, so you can put the items in the packer, it will go through the packaging, it’ll be easier to remove, you won’t have to put them in the back and they won’t be able to move around and fall,” he told RN Breakfast, adding that the new system would also mean the company would be able more quickly get the products to stores.
“If you’ve got something that’s going in the bin, you can pop it out.
We’ll do the packaging.
It’s a simple process, and we’re confident that this will change the world.”
One of the retailers said the company was looking to expand its business in the UK and the US, where many of its customers are located.
“The UK has become a huge retail centre for a number, so we’ll definitely be looking at that, and it’s one of our big markets,” he explained.
“I think the American market is definitely another big market, but that’s not necessarily the only place we’re thinking about expanding.”
“You won’t see us in all of the retail outlets, but in all the retail areas, we’ll have a presence there.”
He said the changes would allow the company to focus on improving its customer service and delivery methods, which have seen the company struggle to keep up with the demand for its products in recent years.
“There’s a lot of innovation going on in the retail world, and this is one of those places that we want to be part of that, because we’ve been doing a lot for a long time,” he added.
He believes the changes will mean the changes to the company’s packaging will be less noticeable than other retail changes that have taken place in recent times, like the introduction of online shopping, but also the introduction and implementation of mobile ordering, which has led to the launch of new delivery options for some customers. “
But when they get an order, they want it to be delivered, and that’s what we do in the shipping department.”
He believes the changes will mean the changes to the company’s packaging will be less noticeable than other retail changes that have taken place in recent times, like the introduction of online shopping, but also the introduction and implementation of mobile ordering, which has led to the launch of new delivery options for some customers.
“This is going to change our business in a big way,” he revealed.
“Our customer service has never been better.
We’ve never been able to get this level of customer service, so if you want something, you order it.”
“It won’t matter how many times you order, if it’s your favourite brand, you get it,” he continued.
“They’ve never made it easier for us to deliver products.”
The retail giant said that it was also considering moving its headquarters to a more “modern” building in the city of Melbourne, which it said would mean it would have a more modern layout and more modern technology in the same way as its flagship Sydney headquarters.
“We’ve never moved so much from our headquarters to our new headquarters, but it will certainly be a modern building, it’s going, it has a modern layout, it is going, and hopefully it will be a much more modern building,” he claimed.
The retailer has been in talks with a number developers to expand into the Melbourne CBD, but its plans have yet to be finalised.
McAndrew also said that the company has also been in negotiations with developers to develop the site around its stores in the CBD, as well as in Melbourne’s outer suburbs.
With the company already facing an uncertain future, it seems like it will take time before it can actually move its operations from its current premises in Sydney.