When wrapping a tray, you need to use both hands.

When wrapping a tray, you need to use both hands. Do you know what that means? That means workers will have to lift the film. When they move backward during load, the steady pressure is applied. When they walk, they need to slowly bend over, because the lower part of the load is the ultimate goal. In fact, you can see that the scroll can be very heavy, which can be the same as any other heavy lifting. Do you know what it does? On the one hand, it can crush risks, from falling loads, and on the other hand, repetitive motion injury risks can be assumed.

However, we all know that the risk of injury does not end there. If you want to end the risk of injury, it’s not that simple. Workers also face a risk that is the risk of repetitive motion injuries, from the actions of the packaging itself, do you know how they keep the film and continue to bend and stretch? Do you know how they get to all levels of load?

In a circle, any time you walk backwards can be dangerous. That’s what our experience tells us. Workers may occur dizziness, of course, there are many causes of vertigo such as dizziness of circular motion can let them happen, and apparently a problem is they also don’t see where they are going. If an unsighted worker is busy at times, they are sometimes chaotic, so the risk of injury in a loading dock is greatly increased. This is also a bad thing.

You should know that manual packaging has many drawbacks and risks. For factory managers or process engineers, do you know what it means to look for less risk and improve the efficiency of loading dock? This means that this is obviously an easy place to be.



There’s one more thing you don’t know

Actually, there’s one more thing you don’t know. What you don’t know is hurting you!

If the product is damaged, do you know you are hurting yourself? Let’s see!

We all know that if a photo of a truck fails to ship, or something like the one in photo 2 is damaged. In fact, we can all see that it’s obvious harm – that’s the kind of catastrophic injury we see or hear. Do you know where these products are going? This is in the reclamation and reprocessing centers, even in landfills.

Of course, there are some injuries you don’t know about. Because of this kind of harm, it will have a great impact on you, so you should try to avoid it

However, these injuries are injuries that we do not hear or see. So, these injuries are invisible injuries. At the same time, this is a subtle, non-catastrophic injury. As you can see, only a small fraction of the “made” can happen when it reaches its destination. It can be diverse, for example, it can be simple and waste of time. At the same time, it may cause additional efforts and inconveniences. At the same time, did you see photo 3? They’ll also be like this, they’re on the truck, they need to reinstall a tray before they’re unloaded. This is something that has to be done.

We can see only a few units or shipping containers on a single tray. But the boxes are not good, they are worn, dented or crushed. You can look at picture 4. That’s what they are. Do you know what the Marketing Department or sales team is thinking? They want to replace the product at a time, if they have this idea, or sales because of these reasons, so you can see a result, this will happen as a result, the product is damaged.




Do you know that there are three rules for stretching?

pallet wrapping, stretch film

Do you know that there are three rules for stretching? It can help your LTL load to appear in one section

Is this a problem or an opportunity? We can have a look at it!

Do you know what LTL is? – it is less than truck load – it is a challenge for pallet load.

Usually, they are very low in size. So we can see that their order is fragile and unstable. Or, they have a weird size. But, we all know that they are the hardest stretching membrane. And because they handle so much, we all know that they are at great risk of being damaged during transit. This is a very bad thing.

But don’t worry. Because we can reduce this risk in a certain way. What you need to do is follow these three rules, which is important. When the L load is covered by you, the chance that they can safely arrive at your client’s wharf will be greatly increased. It’s very good for you.

Now, let’s take a look at rule 1 – rule 1 is to pack them up!

Stretching is all about tension. Here we have guidelines that tell you a lot of things. How to wrap a more standard load is something you should know. What does it mean? How many pounds of containment you should have on your load is something you should know. However, in the load of L, we can see too many changes, so it’s very difficult if you want to apply them.

You know what the most important thing is? You know what’s not likely to happen? Those who actually stretch the inclusions have tools that measure the “tightness” of each load of their packages, which is what we often call a deterrent.