Today, Packsize is excited to announce that we are adding a fourth way to create boxes: Packsize Glass, the latest app available on the Google Glass platform!
Using bleeding edge technology, Packsize Glass takes whatever you are staring at, and using advanced 3D and infrared cameras, is able to produce a 3D scan of the object.
One question I get asked a lot when talking about Packsize’s On Demand Packaging® is whether or not the smaller box will damage the contents inside it, since there won’t be as much void filler in the box anymore.
Let’s take a look at that question, and how smaller packaging can often actually help you protect your packages.
The iQ Fusion 2™ is now a finalist in the Edison Awards™, an annual competition that is designed to honor excellence in new product and service development, marketing, human-centered design and innovation.
If you're reading this blog, you're probably not like most people. It takes someone with refined tastes to enjoy reading about packaging, especially corrugated cardboard packaging. So pat yourself on the back, dear reader. But regular readers know that we here at...
With the Holiday season in full swing, we figured it’d be a good time to revisit the fiasco that was last year’s Christmas delivery backlog. As a quick recap, shipping companies couldn’t keep up with demand during the last holiday season, resulting in an unknown number of furious consumers who didn’t receive their packages in time for Christmas.
We know that approximately 40% of the average package is empty space. That is just not sustainable, and there are better ways to ship a package now. Consumer demand for more sustainable business practices is going to increase in the future, and there’s always a chance of increased government regulation encouraging sustainable business practices as well. That said, we should all be looking for ways to minimize our impact on the environment, regardless of outside pressures; because it’s what an ethical business does.
Ordering hundreds of boxes on pallets when you only need a few dozen for a rush order is the equivalent of buying an entire CD because you really like this one single.
MityLite is based out of Orem, Utah and is a manufacturer of event-based furniture (you know, folding chairs, conference tables, and the like). They were founded in 1987, and have been a dominant player in their market because of the durability and professional design of their products.
When the economy went into a recession in 2008, MityLite started looking for ways to improve their supply chain. With customers waiting for up to 12 weeks for their furniture in the busy season, the company knew it needed to improve its process in order to continue to thrive. They decided that one of the biggest actions that needed to be taken was that a single piece flow process needed to be implemented.