Man standing in warehouse with pallet load of stretch film

A holistic approach to unit load containment

Finding new ways to reduce BD&L and increase efficiency

As load containment failures lead to higher breakage, damage and loss (BD&L) levels, the initial response is often to “wrap it a few more times.” That increases material costs and labor inefficiencies, and even creates extra waste for downstream supply chain partners. Often overlooked, the construction of …

6 tips for overseas packaging success article in Packaging Unwrapped magazine

6 tips for overseas packaging success

The global packaging market is rapidly expanding, expected to reach $975 billion this year, with sales concentrated in Asia.* Manufacturing products overseas can help you meet customer demand and reduce per-unit costs, but it can also put your product quality, customer experience, brand and profitability at risk. To avoid this, consider these guidelines from our …