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How to Ship Perishables

Perishables and temperature-sensitive items are any items that can decay or deteriorate over time, especially when exposed to varying environmental conditions with unstable temperatures. These items, though sensitive, still need to get to where they’re going, and PAC Worldwide has everything you need to ship them with safety and efficiency. Read along to learn how

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Our Commitment to Face to Face Relationships in the Technology Era

PAC Worldwide was started in 1975 through our founder’s strong connection to, and compassion for, people and their businesses. The culture was born in the earliest years at PAC: we value relationship building, and as we grow, these values will remain. Technology is amazing. It’s still a modern wonder that we can connect through not

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How to Ship Chocolate

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Why automated packaging systems are the best way to keep up with e-commerce demand

How do you keep up with your e-commerce business’ packaging demand? Further, how are you increasing output while also decreasing labor costs? It’s important to consider and act on these questions as you grow. Many e-commerce companies hire countless employees to hand-pack mailers when they may actually be ready for the next level in packing.

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The Recyclability of PAC’s Sustainable Mailers

Since the 1950s, worldwide plastic production has increased 300 times over. From plastic jars and bottles, to packaging and toys, nearly everything we buy has some sort of plastic component. There is no doubt that plastic is a useful material. Unfortunately, plastic that ends up in landfills and waterways can remain intact for hundreds of

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How to Recycle PAC Mailers

PAC offers 12 different types of recyclable packaging solutions. They range from poly flat and bubble mailers, paperboard mailers to flexible pouches. We are proud to offer sustainable options to our clients, but when it comes time to recycle them, we understand that it can be confusing.  Do we sort them or clean them? Do

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