CS Packaging Blog

Custom Floor & Counter Top Displays: Standing Out (+ Budgeting for It)

Posted by Bob Janik on Aug 31, 2018 3:03:57 PM

Image courtesy of ODM Group.

In business, the "elevator pitch" is crucial - a story, anecdote, or explanation of a product that can be delivered in the time it takes an elevator to reach its destination.

In the B2C sphere, your packaging and presentation become that elevator pitch -- and the harder they are to see, enjoy, or understand, the harder you'll have to work to sell your products.

You need to design and budget for custom floor and counter top displays that not only capture the eye, but the imagination of your customers as well. So how can you make that happen?

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Topics: Packing Materials, Types of Packaging, Product Packaging, Custom Supplies, Brand Packaging

Your Guide to Understanding Corrugated Flutes (+ a Free Print-Out!)

Posted by Bob Janik on Jun 5, 2018 2:33:26 PM

As a warehouse manager, VP of operations, buyer, purchaser, or procurement official, you understand the critical importance of using strong packaging materials when shipping product to customers.

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Topics: Packing Materials, Product Packaging, Shipping

4 Business Benefits of Custom Molded Pulp Packaging

Posted by admin on Jun 12, 2017 11:21:48 AM

Molded pulp packaging is a newer type of packaging typically made from recycled materials. It is used for protective packaging mostly for food and beverages. However, it is also a  great option to package delicate items.

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Topics: Packing Materials, Custom Supplies, Product Safety, Protective Packaging

10 steps to ensuring compliance with shipping regulations

Posted by Bob Janik on Nov 15, 2014 8:00:17 AM

 

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When choosing product packaging materials, there is more to consider than just what looks good.

The reality is, there are all sorts of inspections, regulations, and compliance requirements to consider before you ship your product. Failure to follow these with your packaging can mean money and time wasted, and a bad reputation for your business.

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Topics: Packing Materials, Types of Packaging