Do you know how transportation reduces transportation costs?
Transportation is important because different methods of transport will choose different packaging materials, so the effect of stretching packaging is different.
In this article, James said: “distribution channel types need to be used when designing primary packaging and secondary and/or tertiary packaging, and this is a key area.” In addition, in terms of transport packaging, we need to consider that they will have different needs if they are transported by rail. A parcel transported by truck is not feasible. The frequency of vibration also changes because the frequency of vibration varies depending on the road, rail or waterway transport. The mode of transportation will affect how much buffer you need to consider in the secondary and/or tertiary packaging, as we need to minimize the damage.
Reducing transport damage is the ultimate goal.
Because of the global transportation losses caused by ineffective pallets packaging, more than $60 billion of losses are incurred each year. Do you know how about half of the damage was done? It was caused by a stretch.
Do you know what the purpose is to stretch the package by hand or machine? The loss of transport opportunity to be reduced is the ultimate goal. You can homogenize the load. Stretching packs have a lot to do with helping to keep the load stable, even if the surrounding environment vibrates.
Many variables are considered by an effective tensile load. One of the most important things to consider when you stretch the packaging. How tightly the load is wrapped up is containment. The key to reducing transport loss is the correct number of safe shells, which are more than the top, middle and bottom
The three principles of stretching packaging, reducing damage is the ultimate goal.
By using three core stretch packing principles, you can reduce unnecessary shipping losses. You can read three simple ways to make your failed stretch wrapping less.