Self-Adhesive Kraft Paper Tape

• The most eco-friendly packing tape for small e-commerce businesses
• Excellent solution for packing corrugated cardboard boxes
• Custom print available on orders over 72 rolls

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Embrace eco-friendly packaging with our self-adhesive Kraft paper tape! Recycled and biodegradable, our self-adhesive paper tape adheres to all surfaces and is resistant to humidity and moisture. Discover our paper tape, a quick, eco-friendly and cost-effective alternative to regular packing tape! Customise your packing tape: You can add your own logo or design to our packing tape on orders of over 72 rolls. Simply fill out the customisation request form below and we will prepare a quotation for you.


  • Kraft paper tape with hot melt adhesive

  • Homogeneous unrolling

  • Rolls of 48 mm x 50 m 

Key Features

Kraft paper tape is environmentally friendly

If you are looking for the best eco-friendly packing tape, this is it. Your customers will be able to recycle your box without any effort, just throw it to the paper recycling bin. It is not necessary to separate the tape from the cardboard box like with other plastic tapes.

It is made of Kraft paper and Hot Melt adhesive, which is an excellent solution for packing and sealing corrugated cardboard boxes with a strong adhesion in high and low temperatures.

A packing tape for each need

There is a huge range of packing tapes in the market. Generally, packing tapes are made of three different materials: polypropylene, PVC/vinyl and paper. Each material has its own characteristics, usages and advantages. Tapes also contain different types of adhesives (hot melt, acrylic, solvent or natural rubber), so it is quite complicated to choose the best solution for your packaging needs.

Tips for making the right packing tape choice

Polypropylene is the most cost-effective option, and it achieves excellent results with its adhesive. However, tapes made from polypropylene are noisy, which can be annoying in small packing areas. For these circumstances, we recommend ordering low-noise polypropylene packing tapes, which have a special coating that reduces unrolling noise.

When it comes to elasticity and resistance, PVC/vinyl tape is the best choice. This is the reason it is the most commonly used solution for heavy-duty and long-term storage. It is usually only combined with natural rubbers adhesives, which have long-term durability and higher resistance at low and high temperatures.

Finally, self-adhesive paper packing tape is the most eco-friendly solution. It is usually combined with natural rubber adhesives, resulting in an environmentally friendly packing tape. When used with corrugated boxes, these tapes also contribute to the overall recyclability of the packaging. They reduce the need to separate different materials, which is the case whenever a corrugated box is used with either polypropylene or PVC/vinyl tapes.

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How to best protect your products?

DS Smith Epack offers a range of versatile packaging solutions to ensure that unprotected deliveries are a thing of the past. All of them combined will set you up for safe, secure and environmentally friendly deliveries!
Our protective trifecta starts with Sizzlepack shredded paper, an eco-friendly decorative filler which prevents items from shifting during transport, absorbing shocks and vibrations to maintain product integrity. Its zigzag design fills gaps effectively and protects items from moisture and damage. Available in 13 colours, it enhances unboxing experiences and allows for brand customization. 

Similar in effect to the Sizzlepak is our range of quality tissue paper, which are suitable for various applications, providing both protection and aesthetic appeal. These papers are ideal for companies aiming to safeguard their products without compromising on aesthetics. Tissue paper effectively enhances items value, making it an excellent choice for various products like clothing or gifts.
The final piece of the protective trifecta is our protective paper bubble wrap, an eco-friendly solution for reducing plastic packaging while seeking to securely protect fragile items. It is especially recommended for ceramics, electronics, jewellery, cosmetics, and more. 

Throw these all together with our Kraft paper tape for secure package sealing, and you have a complete packaging solution that is 100% reliable and environmentally friendly. 

How to create a unique Unboxing Experience?

An unboxing experience can be a captivating journey that begins when your client receives a carefully crafted package. It's an unforgettable moment, where the mundane transforms into the extraordinary, leaving them with a sense of enchantment long after the box is opened.

How can your company aspire to such captivating unboxing experiences and create a lasting impression on its customers? A well-designed unboxing elevates the product's perceived value, enhances brand loyalty, and can generate social media buzz. It fosters positive emotions, encouraging repeat purchases and word-of-mouth recommendations, ultimately driving growth and customer satisfaction.

For all these reasons, DS Smith offers its Sizzlepak shredded paper and its tissue paper as versatile packaging materials that can significantly enhance both the protection and presentation of a package before and during unboxing. With its crinkled, accordion-like texture, Sizzlepak is ideal for cushioning and safeguarding fragile items during transit. Its unique structure absorbs shock and prevents delicate objects from shifting or breaking within the box.

Tissue paper meanwhile adds a touch of elegance to the unboxing. Whether in vibrant colours or subtle pastels, tissue paper lends an element of sophistication and personalization to the package, making it visually appealing and memorable.

Together, these two products create a seamless blend of aesthetics and functionality, elevating the overall presentation while guaranteeing that each product arrives unscathed. The variety of colors available allows your business to align its packaging with the brand identity, making it instantly recognizable and reinforcing your image in the eyes of customers.

What makes ePack sustainabile?

In today's society, sustainability has become a key focus. Consumers who are conscious about the environment are demanding eco-friendly packaging solutions. DS Smith ePack offers packaging solutions that are 100% eco-friendly, using fibres from responsible sources to combat deforestation. They use recycled or virgin paper from a certified chain of custody, and their corrugated cardboard packaging is both recyclable and biodegradable.

DS Smith ePack prioritizes sustainability by using responsible sources, recycled or virgin paper, and recyclable and biodegradable materials. Consumers consider sustainability as a crucial factor in their purchasing decisions, and non-sustainable packaging can lead to negative consequences for companies. Eco-friendly packaging not only benefits the environment but also improves brand image and reduces the carbon footprint.

What does FSC label means?

FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) labelled paper is an important choice for individuals and businesses looking to prioritize sustainability and responsible forest management. Using FSC labeled paper offers numerous benefits. It supports responsible forest management, reduces environmental impacts, promotes social responsibility, meets consumer demand for sustainable products, and ensures compliance with regulations and standards. By choosing FSC labeled paper, individuals and businesses can make a positive impact on the environment and contribute to a more sustainable future.

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