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A Guide To Understanding Corrugated Flutes (FREE Print-Out Included)

As a warehouse manager or operations professional, you understand the critical importance of using strong packaging materials when shipping products to customers. Choosing the right box is often the first step in protecting your product. If the product arrives in good condition, everyone is happy and nobody thinks about the packaging. However, if the product arrives damaged, you are now ...

Edge Crush Test for Corrugated Cartons

Very few products have impacted and revolutionized the packaging industry the way that corrugated material has. This simple, yet highly durable material is utilized in nearly every industry and market around the globe. With the ever-growing popularity of corrugated shipping cartons, continuous improvements must be made to ensure the safety and stability of products in transit around the ...

Category: Shipping

5 Small Business Shipping Tips: How to Optimize Product Shipping

There’s nothing quite like running your own small business, though the process can be tedious. Our goal is to reduce the stress in your shipping operations. Small Business Shipping Tips 1. Proactive Communication: Notifications, notifications, notifications! Provide automatic e-mail or text messages that let your customers know a product has shipped, or if there has been any sort of dela...

10 Benefits of Using Air Pillow Packaging for Shipping

From traditional packaging peanuts to molded pulp trays, to air pillows, the number of void-fill options can get overwhelming.  When trying to find a more sustainable packaging option, it’s tempting to pick the first paper or foam fill option. Why spend more time on a decision than necessary? But did you know that incorporating air pillows into your packaging does more than provide prote...

What Types of Protective Packaging Does My Product Need?

  Packages often live hard lives. They are jostled about by machines and conveyor belts. People toss them on trucks or stack them to unreasonable heights without worrying about crushing what is inside. If it is your precious product inside that package, you might have a big problem on your hands. So, whose fault is it when a product arrives broken or damaged? Some responsibility lies in ...