Do you see any damage to the products and trays?
When was the last time you saw a cockroach crawling out of your foot or freezer? Was it last month? Was it last year? In fact, it’s more likely that you see an image in a horror movie, or a few images. Usually, we see very little of them. In fact, we all find that they are invisible and that they hide behind the soles of their feet or under the refrigerator. Then they waited for us to go to sleep. Then they can come out. We don’t want to admit it, but it’s always there.
Now, you can consider the transportation loss. As we all know, it doesn’t happen very often. But every time you load a tray, we can see that there’s always a risk of loss.
Do you know any visible damage here?
You know that a catastrophic event was something we were sure of, and a truck was rejected by the customer. That may happen when a retailer opens a truck door, but the retailer finds a pile of broken glass bottles. Or the broken farm tray they found. You can see that this is visible damage. This is a cockroach hazard. They rush past your feet. This is the harm you hear, but in fact, you can prevent it from happening.
Generally speaking, because of this damage, the damage will prompt the company to re-evaluate their stretching packaging strategy. Sometimes, we can see that it will lead to new packaging standards being set up, or people will buy new machines.
When large and costly losses occur, there is usually a significant change in the packaging. Because bigger, more expensive losses in the future need to be prevented.