Tag: boxes

Case Study: Case sealer improves the roadway of productivity

Problem Productivity isn’t where it needs to be for a manufacturer of reflective paint signs for roadways and walkways.. A case sealer would easily solve the problem, so they came to us for help. Specifically, they needed the efficiency of a semi-automatic case sealer to seal five panel folding boxes. Box sizes: 4” high, by 10” to 18” wide, by 10” to 24” long. Weight: 30-50 lbs., after packed with “surface communication signs”. The manufacturer needed a case sealer to

Posted in Boxes & Corrugated Sheets Case Studies, Boxes/Corrugated Sheets, Carton Sealing Machines, Case Sealer Case Studies, Case Studies, Case Studies, Equipment, Knowledge Base & Solutions Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

5 Keys to a Successful Packing Station

packing station

Many people greet the New Year with goals and resolutions to improve their health, happiness, and quality of life. Well, I think we’d all be better off come next December if we did the same for our packing stations. Let’s throw some tinsel in with the Biodegradable loose-fill and usher in the New Year with an upgraded packing station. 1. Take control over “in-the-box” packaging materials Using too much, too little, or the wrong materials can lead to unwanted waste.

Posted in Applications, Automotive, Bagging Systems, Carton Erector Machines / Tray Erectors, Carton Sealing Machines, Damage Prevention, Damage Prevention Products, Dunnage Air Bags, Equipment, Equipment & Service, Foam and Cushioning, Fulfillment and Distribution, How-To Guides, How-To Guides, Industrial Equipment and Machinery, Knowledge Base & Solutions, Packaging Engineering, Packaging Engineering Services, Packaging Equipment, Packaging Systems, Packing Lists, Labels, Label Dispensers, Paper and Allied Products, Process Optimization, Systems Integration, Transportation and Logistics Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Testing for package safety

Package Safety

Package Safety Package testing is a very important part of package safety. There are many different type of packages and package protection material that companies use, all of which have undergone some sort of testing. Things to know when learning about package safety: Will the package itself protect the product? How are packages tested? How efficient is this in finding flaws in material or protection? New Materials Every time a new package material is invented, it must undergo testing. There

Posted in Boxes/Corrugated Sheets, Damage Prevention, Damage Prevention Products, How-To Guides, Process Optimization Tagged with: , , , , , , , , ,

How much is sustainability changing the way we package?

Sustainability is a big push in 2016. And with online purchasing being an ever bigger aspect of our economy, the packaging that people are receiving those items in is quickly becoming a major aspect in the sustainability push. But with boxes with more and more recycled material, are we getting the same quality of packaging that we were in the past? And if we aren’t, how are we able to get our money’s worth out of our packaging? First of all,

Posted in Industry News, Sustainability Tagged with: , , , , , , , ,

Packaging 101: The Corrugated Box

*Updated 9-7-17*  Boxes.  Cases.  Cartons.  Corrugated. Whatever you call them, you see corrugated boxes everywhere.  From front porches and distribution centers to moving trucks and manufacturing facilities, corrugated boxes are a part of our daily lives.  Just because we all use them, doesn’t mean we all understand them. For more facts on corrugated head here. This post will focus on common terminology for corrugated. It all comes together to help you better understand packaging.  Whether you are someone running a multi-billion dollar facility or you’re

Posted in Boxes/Corrugated Sheets, Packaging Supplies Tagged with: , , , , , , , , ,