By Susan K. Lacefield March 2, 2017
When companies go to solve a packaging problem—like figuring out how to keep their boxes from getting crushed in transit—they often focus on just one aspect of their packaging. They can get a better, more complete answer by looking at the entire unit load.
It’s a mistake a lot of companies make: thinking about their packaging in a fragmented fashion. What type of dunnage to use is considered independently from what type of box to use. The type of box is considered independently of what type of pallet to use. The pallet is considered independently of what type of stretch wrap or packaging film to use. [Full Story]