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Five years ago Emory University physics professor Sidney Perkowitz estimated in his book Universal Foam that each year enough packing peanuts are manufactured
Whether you use automated or manual packing methods, making your package stand out from the crowd is a key concern for both merchants and packaging engineers.
We tend to think of evolution as a straight-line climb out of the swamp and into Starbucks. But sometimes it doesn’t quite work out that way. Six hundred
Let’s face it: There’s very little you can do to eliminate damage to your merchandise during shipping. But small changes to your packaging practices,
As call centers become more strategically significant in their service to customers, firms that use an outsourced call center service need to measure
TIRED OF GIVING your loved one yet another sweater for Christmas? Dread the rack upon rack of look-alike items that await you at the mall? UncommonGoods
Dear Mr. Claus, We know you see us when we’re schlepping, but we wanted to remind you that we are very worried about the 2004 Christmas rush. Every year,
General merchandise cataloger Fingerhut sells a wide variety of products, including electronics, jewelry, and home goods. The broad assortment of items
It’s here, it’s here, chorus the children, when their much-anticipated catalog order arrives. As the youngsters rip open the parcel, their parents catch
THREE YEARS AGO, Crate & Barrel executives knew they had to find a better way to pack the items they shipped to their distribution centers and to customers.