Kaizen and Packaging. Buy Why?

Kaizen is the Japanese word for "continuous improvement." It focuses on constantly improving the way a business functions and involves everyone from the CEO on down to the line workers. There are many ways to apply the theory to packaging.
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4 Ways Conveyors Improve Packaging Throughput

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Robots That Play Soccer and Boxes: What Do They Have In Common

What do soccer-playing robots and conveyors have in common? If you said nothing, you’d be wrong.
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Speedy Shipping: Study Shows 2-Hour Package Deliveries On The Horizon

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Amazon boxes piling up? Here's something you can do with them.

If you do a lot of shopping on Amazon, you are left with a lot of cardboard boxes. You can throw them in the trash (boooo!), recycle them (yea!!!) or you can return them to Amazon. "Return them" you say? Yes, you can!
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This Is Why Amazon Sometimes Packs Small Items in Huge Boxes

Why does Amazon pack small items in huge boxes?
Amazon corrugated box that's way too big

We've all experienced the needlessly big cardboard box from Amazon at least a couple of times.

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We've Been Recognized As A Key Global Stretch Wrap Machine Vendor

DISCOUNT PACKAGING DEPOT named Competitive Key Vendor In Global Plastic Pallet Stretch Wrap Machinery Sector

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The Keys to Understanding the Great Walls.... Of Boxes

Single Wall, Double Wall, Great Wall – Corrugated Basics
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Learn to Use The Force in 4 Easy Steps

You too can use the force. No, not THAT force. Stretch wrap load containment force. It's the collective force that holds your pallet loads together. But can you use the force to your advantage? Sure you can.l3584-star-wars-tfu-starkiller39s-lightsaber-75663.png
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Packing Tape Is All The Same Right?

Tape is tape. If it sticks, that’s good enough for me” to which I usually respond: “If it’s good enough, why are your people putting 3 pieces of that on that box?


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