June 22, 2021
Among consumers and businesses alike, it’s common knowledge that sustainability is one of the biggest concerns facing our society. The waste that comes from packaging takes up huge amounts of our landfills and many do not understand how to best recycle, reuse, or otherwise dispose of that waste. To assist everyone involved in the packaging lifecycle, here are some helpful, easy ways on how to reduce packaging waste.
As manufacturers and businesses across all industries strive to find the most sustainable solutions for their products, packaging supply and automated equipment distributor IPS Packaging & Automation has proudly partnered with Sigma Stretch Film to introduce the new line of Sigma Vanish stretch wrap to customers around the nation.
We all know that hurricanes, blizzards, wildfires, and other natural disasters wreak havoc on the communities they touch. Your packaging supplies can be affected whether you live near the disaster or are all the way across the country. Here are just a few ways that you can prepare your company for an unexpected storm that hits anywhere near or far in your packaging supply chain.
Any company that sells physical goods needs to have a dedicated plan for their product distribution network. This allows you to make sure that your items successfully make their way from your warehouse or facility all the way to your customers without experiencing damage or going missing.
There's one thing that ensures your safety as a consumer: tamper-evident packaging. If you find yourself wondering what tamper-evident packaging is, have no fear. It’s a pretty simple type of packaging material that many have never actually considered before.
Your packaging line is essential to the productivity and success of your business. Many businesses tend to hold off on packaging automation because the initial costs seem steep, but the ROI of packaging automation nearly always makes it a smart and sound investment.