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Packsize’s Automated Packaging Has Helped Workers, Recipients Alike

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38 People, Projects, and Organizations Awarded for Driving Sustainability Efforts

Today, the Business Intelligence Group announced the winners in the 2019 Sustainability Awards program. The Sustainability Awards honor those who have made sustainability an integral part of their business practice. For-profit and not-for-profit organizations of all sizes submitted nominations to reward team members and gain exposure for the organization, its initiatives, and the exemplary accomplishments of its leaders as they work to reduce their impact on our environment.

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CNN Business: Amazon’s incredible, vanishing cardboard box

As Amazon and other companies seek to shrink their packaging, Packsize leads the way by automatically creating right-sized boxes for each E-commerce order.

“It’s like an oversized Tetris that has been optimized,” says Packsize CEO Hanko Kiessner. That not only saves on cardboard, it also allows shippers to pack boxes more densely in their trucks, requiring fewer trips. “When you have many smaller sized Tetris cubes, you have gaps, but the gaps are significantly smaller,” he says. Companies using On Demand Packaging® systems reduce 40%-60% of wasted container space as compared to traditional box supply inventories. Read the full story here.

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Consumer Satisfaction Begins with the Right-sized Box Made by Packsize

E-commerce and sustainability continue to converge as consumers feverishly embrace online shopping promotions like Amazon Prime Days. Millions of product shipments will deploy this week in over-sized boxes and paper/plastic sleeves causing headaches for consumers and recycling centers alike. Despite industry efforts to counter corrugated waste through programs like Amazon’s Frustration-Free Packaging (FFP), product manufacturers must continue to improve their processes and meet certification requirements.

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Multichannel Merchant: Sustainable Ecommerce Packaging: Boost Loyalty and the Bottom Line

At Ecommerce Operations Summit 2019, Packsize CEO Hanko Kiessner joined two other experts on sustainable packaging to discuss how it boost profits. Read the full write-up here.

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Supply Chain Brain: Sustainable Packaging Saves the Planet – and the Bottom Line

Sustainable packaging greatly benefits the bottom line in addition to its ecological benefits, says Hanko Kiessner, chief executive officer of Packsize International. See his full interview with Russell Goodman of Supply Chain Brain here, and read an adaption of the interview here.

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How Eco-friendly Packaging Saves the Planet and Your Bottom Line

Hanko Kiessner, CEO of Packsize International, recently sat down with Russell Goodman, the Editor-in-Chief of SupplyChainBrain.com, to discuss the importance of eco-friendly packaging and how it relates to a company’s overall sustainability efforts. This drive for right-sized packaging will also affect your bottom line.

What follows is an adaption of that interview that has been edited for clarity. If you’d like to watch the full video, click here!

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Get the Right-sized Box with On Demand Packaging®

The term “on demand” can mean different things to different people. Some will accept that “on demand” means sooner rather than later.

Those in the business sector needing instant results want “on demand” to have a more literal definition: They make a request and it’s immediately set in motion. Packsize, which offers custom box-making machinery via a portfolio of On Demand Packaging® solutions, meets these expectations as rapid product delivery demands continue to rise.

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AusPack: Made to size on the spot

A global leader in On Demand Packaging®, Packsize International manufactures several custom packaging machines and has software to sync them with online orders, so that the boxes are made to size on the spot to match with the order. The Australian subsidiary is Packsize Pty Ltd, which has already delivered many solutions for customers here in Australia since being established three years ago, according to managing director Sean Ledbury. Read the full article here.

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How the Fully Automated X7 Makes High-volume E-commerce Packaging Operations Possible

As companies see their e-commerce business blossom, they must be prepared to meet customer demands. To help those in e-commerce deliver products safely, efficiently, and as quickly as possible to their customers, Packsize developed the X7—a fully automated machine that can prepare 1,200 ready-to-ship packages an hour.

 

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