A Great Example of Product Packaging Design for Ecommerce

I recently developed something of a hot sauce addiction. It started with some basic hot wings from a local establishment, and then grew into ordering a bunch of specialty sauces online. I recently ordered a couple of sauces from Heatonist, a hot sauce company from New Jersey, and was so impressed with the way they package their ecommerce orders that I feel the need to break down everything they did right.

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Packages Boost Post Office’s Earnings In Predominately Parcel-driven Sector

The relationship between package-maker and package-handler is a close one. When the former puts more products in the mail, the latter benefits and nowhere is this more apparent than in the U.S. Postal Services’ 2nd Quarter financial earnings report. The data, released on May 11, 2018, shows that “Shipping and Packages” grew by 9.5 percent compared to the same period last year. That’s a $445 million increase in the packages sector, bringing 2018’s Q2 total of overall revenue to $17.5 billion.

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Packsize Offers Full Spectrum Of Shipping Solutions To Streamline Warehouse Processes

It’s called an assembly line for a reason. No matter which production task is going on inside your facility, chances are that a bunch of people are going to be involved in the preparation process. As an order makes its way from warehouse shelf to the hands of a transporter and finally to the consumer, a litany of processes unfold.

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How Smart Packaging Ensures Your Customers’ Shipments Arrive Safely

Let’s place ourselves in the shoes of the average consumer for a moment, shall we? What are their expectations surrounding a package that’s scheduled to arrive safe and sound on the front doorstep? An on-time delivery is certainly a perk. The U.S. Postal Service says that it partners with UPS and FedEx for air transportation needs to ensure timely delivery, according to 2017 USPS statistics. USPS also notes that it has rolled out technology for smartphones that allows proactive customers to track their shipment.

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You Can Boost Brand Awareness and Convey Your Message with a Box-making Machine

Listening to “boots on the ground” workers is one of the best ways for business owners to get an idea of the problems their employees may face on a regular basis. A warehouse packed to the brim with unused packaging material and little space for product as a result? That’s undoubtedly a problem and it’s going to hurt your bottom line, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

 

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Packaging Design Software Saves You Time and Space

Do you know just how much your business can save on by utilizing Packsize’s packaging design software? The largest companies worldwide—including Staples—have made the switch to using Packsize software for two simple reasons. They’ve created more time and space, resulting in more profitability.

 

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How Holiday Shipping Affects the Environment

The 2017 holiday saw more people shopping online than in any previous year. While the final numbers aren’t yet in, USPS expected to ship 850 million packages, while UPS forecasted 750 million packages. This massive number of boxes means that a lot of cardboard and empty space is being shipped as well.

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10 Common LTL Accessorial Fees, and How You Can Avoid Them

LTL accessorial fees may be costing you more in shipping goods. With permission from Unyson, we wanted to share with our Packsize customers how to save money on common Less-Than-Truckload accessorial fees.

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Product Packaging Design: A Reliable Way To Avoid Shipping Risks

After eyeing a product online, committing to a purchase and waiting patiently for its arrival, few things are more disappointing than discovering that the item was damaged during shipping. We understand that mistakes happen, but getting a refund or replacement can be a real hassle. Those with limited free time are even more disadvantaged.

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Invasion of the Corrugated Frightmares

It started off innocently. I ordered a DVD online, then a watch from China. But online shopping was so easy to do, but that’s when the Corrugated Frightmare began.

 

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