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It’s Time to Save Money!

Does your product need to be shipped in a corrugated box with tape and void fill?  If your product is a soft good, non-breakable item, or already packaged in a durable primary package it may not need to be shipped in a corrugated box.  I can’t tell you how many times I’ve received an item

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A Little Stretch Wrap Will Fix That

When you think about packaging, what are the first thoughts that come to mind … boxes, cushion wrap, tape, packing paper and maybe peanuts?  But what is the one thing that is more versatile than any of those items … and most of us forget about?  Stretch Wrap.  I know, you might say, “that’s the

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Buy Right and Save Money

There is a lot of commonality between different types of packaging, whether we are talking about packaging like the type PAC manufactures (i.e. flat and bubble poly mailers and paperboard envelopes), or other types of flexible and rigid packaging such as plastic and paper shopping bags, corrugated boxes, folding cartons, paper envelopes, plastic containers, adhesive

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What do You Think of me, Your Customer?

When I get a package in the mail I am always excited! It’s funny how the quality of package my item arrives in tells me something about the company that sent it to me. A few weeks ago I received a book in a brown envelope that was not only hard to open but when

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What do Bubble Mailers Have Over Mayflies?

Answer: Longer lifespan…but not by much!  The adult Mayfly, found in the lower half of the United States, lives only one or two nights, while the average life of a mailer, once it has been filled and labeled, only lasts about 3-5 days. Given the fact that you want to make sure your products arrive

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Poly or Paper?

Seems like a simple question.  It is a packaging decision that comes up a lot and not just at the grocery store.  Neither is natural, yet both come from nature.  One comes from processing of wood or pulp fiber and one comes from processing of oil or gas derivatives. Which is better for the environment? 

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