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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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How to Ship Chocolate

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5 Reasons to Love Shipping Products in Poly Mailers

What if you could improve cost, increase fulfillment speed, enhance customer satisfaction and reduce your carbon footprint with one simple business decision? We’ll give you the secrets to help you do it all! When you ship in a right-sized poly mailer, you will: Lower your shipping costs. Boxes are expensive to ship to and from

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What size mailer do I need? Calculate the right PAC package size

At first glance, PAC mailers of varying sizes look like they all could fit the same product. Even physically placing an item on top of each mailer seems to ensure an easy fit. But finding the right size package is more involved than eyeing its size and shape. Did you know there is a mathematical

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2018 Shipping Increases & PAC Solutions

Over the past 10 years, shipping rates from all major carriers have steadily increased at an average of around 5.5 percent, mostly due to fee increases for specialized shipping. The fees are for services like third-party shipping, oversize packages and peak shipping, and they continue to rise. The other factor that has increased shipping rates

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Dimensional (DIM) Weights Revisited [SlideShare]

Today I’m discussing a topic that received a flurry of attention just over 6 months ago – Dimensional (DIM) weights. I know we’ve touched on the subject before, but for those of you who still have questions or have yet to evaluate how you can cut shipping costs on your current packaging, this post is

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