Occasionally, companies absolutely need a right-sized box, but don’t have easy, convenient access to one. Because of this, they decide to cut their own box. By hand.
You probably don’t have to think too hard about the problems this causes, but let’s run down a few…
While not every business has the budget to do a complete sustainability overhaul, there are many simple and cost-effective changes every organization can make to reduce its carbon footprint. Here are a few good places to start.
As a business owner, you’re constantly looking for ways your company can save money and operate more efficiently. One area where you can boost your organization’s cost-effectiveness is your warehouse. Find out how organizations experience cost-savings and increased efficiency with Packsize’s box making machines.
While every business wants to acquire new customers, it’s equally as important to retain your current ones. To turn a one-time buyer into a return customer, you need to build customer loyalty and surpass expectations with every sale. Here are a few ways you can accomplish this with your product delivery packaging.
Several months back, Vogue Magazine published several ways consumers can shop more sustainably for clothes and other items to reduce their carbon footprint. They put some good ideas out there to respond to some jarring facts about the apparel industry. One area that many retailers can improve their sustainability efforts is through customized On Demand Packaging®.
SALT LAKE CITY — June 27, 2016 —Among the presenters at the Smart Industry Forum held earlier this month in Copenhagen, Packsize International CEO Hanko Kiessner shared his company’s progress in helping organizations transform their packaging supply chains to take advantage of mass production efficiency. An established sustainable packaging industry leader, Packsize International offers right-sized packaging, on demand, for the corrugated marketplace.
The quality and appeal of a product isn’t the only thing consumers consider when deciding whether or not to buy. Today’s consumers are more conscious about the environment and want the brands they choose to be committed to green and sustainable practices. Being eco-friendly is no longer a marketing ploy to target a specific demographic of shoppers; now it’s a necessity for retailers who want to remain relevant in a competitive market to focus on box making.