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.
Yesterday, April 22nd, was Earth Day. We hope you’ve all enjoyed it. If you were oblivious to the multiple trending hashtags on Twitter yesterday, and are just now hearing about it, that’s okay. Appreciating and caring for the environment is something that we should be conscious of all year.
This last week a video about boxes, of all things, went viral. Two engineering students from The Albert Nerken School of Engineering at Cooper Union made the bold claim that they will revolutionize the box industry with their new box design. So naturally we took notice. What’s our take on this invention? Will this truly revolutionize the shipping industry?
In our latest case study video, we go inside Southern California’s leading printing firm to see how On Demand Packaging® has optimized their operations. In the video , we interview Graphic Tech’s Chief Operations Jim Blee and their Assistant General Manager, John Hardin, about how Packsize’s On Demand Packaging® has helped improve their supply chain and make their jobs easier. Watch it below!