Do you know what you care about?

Do you know what you care about? Is delivery loss your concern?

Whatever products you do, they are important steps for packaging and shipping. And both of these steps have a big impact. In fact, we can see that your products are made by yourself. At the same time, you bring them to market with enthusiasm. But putting it on your client is something you shouldn’t do. In fact, we all know that in this regard, we have had years of packaging and protection experience – products from A to B are our targets without scratch. One of our most conservative secrets is the square package…

Loss, profit. Now let’s look at the relationship between loss and profit.

Usually, a great manufacturer’s stimulus comes from shipping their products through shipping. But you can also see that some things always go wrong. In general, these destroyed products will be sent to customers, so the end result is that they won’t make any money. Many businesses take early calculations for losses, and in general, they calculate a loss of one or two percentage points in advance. In fact, it has a big impact on margins. But why? Why don’t they focus on the perfect packaging and protection that makes your precious cargo secure? At the same time, will it keep your customers in good shape? Generally speaking, if you can reduce your losses during transportation, your profits will continue to rise.

In the square

As we all know, this may sound strange, but the first thing that starts with packaging is the delivery of the damage. Do you know what the function of this situation is? It can provide maximum protection during transportation. For this reason, we know that it is very important to construct the box in a square way. You know what that means?


Do you know the best way to reduce product damage?

Do you know the best way to reduce product damage? If you still don’t know, we can also know that the best way to reduce product damage is to use the right stretch wrap properly.

Do you know what the easiest, fastest, cheapest way to improve on these causes is? After our verification, stretching packaging is the best method. If that’s not enough, the more effective stretch packaging is also “low-hanging fruit” or “Band-Aid,” which is more effective in stretching and packaging to mitigate or compensate for other major damage methods. Therefore, you should make an effective stretch package for your product!

If you’re shipping a stretched-out tray, unless you have evidence to the contrary, do you know what your success rate is? In general, it is no more than 99.5%. Even if you’re up to 99.5%, that’s not good enough. Usually, you lose a lot of money on average, about $50 to $500 per truck, and you need to keep your money on the table.

In other words, a $100 million company loses half a million dollars a year, but we all know that these losses are avoidable transportation losses. To make up for this loss is our goal. How many more products will it need to sell for this purpose?

Reducing transport loss by 50% is our aim. For the sake of

A waste of money can’t happen again. In fact, there are low-hanging fruits. What are your criteria? It doesn’t have to be 50 percent. If you have lean processes and principles, typically 50% or more loss and waste will be reduced.

You can use a more effective stretch wrap and take the first step at the same time, making your shipping losses greatly reduced. Now you can start to recover the lost dollars. It’s very helpful to increase your profits.






Product Damage

Transport damage reduced sales by 5%!

However, another mode of transportation is a form of transportation that is unacceptable. Do you know what the grocery manufacturers association and the food marketing association tell us? For example, for example, transportation losses in food, beverage and consumer goods industries, such as losses incurred in factories and outlets. These losses are 5% of the total sales. As we can see, the losses are huge. If you can figure out how to avoid these losses, people’s costs will be reduced and profits will go up.

Do you know what the bad news is? That’s the equivalent of a loss of $1 billion a year in the United States, which is bad news. But there is good news here, and the good news is that the damage can be avoided. So what can be done to prevent this loss? We can look at that.

  • Reducing transport losses is standard practice.

We need to place the tray table and seat back in an upright position, and the thing you need to do when we’re sitting is to fasten our seatbelts. In flight, we can’t move in the cabin. Almost all of their transportation losses have been eliminated by airlines, which is a good result.

Do you know how different damage problems arise? It is made up of the products of the transport tray. But it’s like an airplane passenger injury, and if you use standard procedures, you can avoid these problems.

Do you know the main reason for the damage of pallet loading and transportation?

You can create package instability by reducing the material in the main package. Loads that are not suitable for their pallets need to be built. Using a tray to make loose or irregular loads is something you need to use. But there is a gap between the damage caused by the loading of the truck and the damage caused by the load. Universal poverty stretch packaging.




Do you know how to stretch the packing?

Do you know how to stretch the packing? Do you know that stretching packaging prevents your profit from being reduced? Do you know how it reduces your profit margins? Now, let’s take a look at this.

We can see that the $200 opportunity is not a good bet. Now, let’s see.

You can imagine that you were on a Boeing 767, and this time, there were 199 passengers on board. When the plane flew to the gate of the destination, the plane would open the walkie-talkie and say, “stay seated until we unload the wounded on the plane, and you can move.” Then, at the jetty, the door opened and a paramedic rushed in, and the injured passenger was quickly evacuated.

If this happens on a regular flight, from a passenger’s point of view, how much success do you think these flights have?

To do mathematics, I can say that you are quite successful. After all, we can see that for 99.5% of passengers, they can all arrive intact. But only 5% have a question, and if so, do you know how much damage the load does? This is equivalent to a load damage rate of only 5%. In fact, if you look at this number, it’s acceptable because it’s not too shabby. But to be fair, you know what better results? A better result is that all passengers can arrive on all flights intact. To do that, we have to work hard.

A near-zero percent load damage rate is the best, and when we get used to that number — that number is actually delivered by airlines. 5 percent is actually a lot, you know what that means? On average, one out of every 200 passengers is injured, which is what 5% represents. It’s an unacceptable level of risk, and that’s probably what most of us think. Because too many people get hurt.


Stretch Wrapping

Use your rope tied to your load on its tray is something you need to do, you need to try to keep it a high enough level, if so, you can use a pallet fork fork or fork fork to pass. In fact, this kind of hand-made rope is not as effective as the reel line, and the roll line is the preferred rope. But its effect is better than using a regular film net to pull it down to the bottom of the tray.

Rule # 3 – rule three is you need to sew your tail!

No negatives, thank you. We can see that ugliness is their fault, but not only that, they can also cause the stretch film to contract or be suspended or damaged during handling. This is a very bad influence. The tail of the film is easy to do. Remember, if the customer sees the goods damaged or unusable, there is no doubt that the customer will be unhappy.

Part of your brand is your load.

The packing is very good. If it’s safe, they look good and safe. If you look alone, it doesn’t guarantee successful shipment, but at least we all know it’s a good place to start. So, if your goods don’t look good, you must consider them before shipping, and don’t repackage them again. It would be normal if you repackaged the goods.

At the end of the day, we can see tightly wrapped goods, a lot of rotation and bonding on the tray. The key to successful L delivery is the absence of the hanging or dragging film tail.

If you don’t need an opportunity, you don’t have to take it.

Whether you pack five times a day, or 500 or even 5,000 times, we can conclude that the principle of stretching is the same. Its purpose is to avoid harm. Make sure your load is safe, and you can check your stretching wrap practice, which is very necessary. For the 10 steps of La, you can do specific learning. If you have more effective stretch wrap, then we can see that the damage can be greatly reduced.


Do you know what “tight” is?

Do you know what “tight” is? For the load of L, we can boil it down to your intuition. Your feeling is how tight the load should be – and then a little bit tighter is what you need to do. Remember, you need to use stretch wrap, the tighter the better! Crushing or twisting the load is not ok – if the load is broken or distorted, you can prove that your stretch wrap is too tight. It doesn’t matter if you use too much film, you don’t mind the problem. Do you know what the extra stretch film revolution is? Usually, it’s cheap insurance. You need to know that your safety is important. In this case, if you don’t value security, you’ll end up regretting it. The quality of packaging is your goal, and the minimum cost is not your goal. Once again, the tighter the packing, the better.

Rule 2 – rule two is rope, rope, rope! It’s really important to prove it so many times!

You need both hands grasp something, for example, in one hand grasp along the top edge of the film network with the bottom edge of the other hand with the other hand clenched, his hands clenched fists, this is all you need to do. If the load is rotating, we can see that it will pull your hand like a rope.

You can put on your gloves, slow the dial down, and in general, we’re going to slow down to three or four RPM, and in fact, that’s a good idea. Especially in the first few times when you try this, it’s a good idea.

Now, as we all see, you’ve made a rope, and where you want it, you can use a strong thin film net, which is what we’re talking about. The use of this rope is to effectively deal with irregular surfaces or loads, and if you don’t know the place, you can contact us to see video. If you look at video, you know exactly what’s going on.




Do you know how transportation reduces transportation costs?

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.


It is impossible to dispose of a single tray of damaged goods.

It is impossible to dispose of a single tray of damaged goods. But the thing to think about is that it happens all over the country every day. If you add up these costs, it will be quick.

In other cases, if we think the damaged products are available, the products will be recycled. Still, labor, fuel, materials and other resources are used by companies because companies need to remove and repackage these items. They then transport the damaged products to a landfill. However, in the Numbers of the home office, we can see that there are still a lot of shipping losses. In addition, we must reorder the damaged products. So we all know that these efforts are repetitive, that people are using additional raw materials because they need to be used to actually sell things that have been produced before.

Of course, we can see that all these rework costs money. Consumers’ wallets are the best response, and consumption can be felt. But its impact on the environment is less obvious. Additional fuel, electricity and additional materials and resources need to be used if there is a bad stretch package that causes transport damage, as the problem needs to be addressed. As we all know, if you’re dumping damaged products at landfills, they seem to have a more direct impact on the environment, but you need to know that all these additional measures can also cause losses.

It is our purpose to avoid this situation. To achieve this purpose, it is very important for the shipping department to properly use their tensile wrappers. Because they can reach the proper containment. At the same time, they can keep the containment vessel from being damaged. By reducing this loss, we can help to reduce the environmental and financial costs of recycling products that are still available.

The proper restraining force on your load is the main source of loss reduction. Don’t want to! We have a deterrent force that can help you.


Do you know how stretching the packaging will help the environment?

Do you know how stretching the packaging will help the environment? In fact, stretching packaging is not only helpful for product packaging, but also for the environment.

When products are shipped from one location to another, they arrive at their destination unscathed. Do you know the harm of shipping damage? It does reduce profits. If you make the same mistake over a period of time, these mistakes can lead to huge losses. So, what you need to do is reduce the damage.

But do you know what the impact of low security loads on the environment is?

One day, damage to the distribution center.

Here is a carefully packaged cargo tray that looks as good as leaving the factory, and no transport loss exists. Everyone on the supply chain embodies that. And it can effectively deliver these goods to consumers’ homes in need.

But when things go wrong, do you know what’s in the damaged product? It includes not only the extra transportation costs at the company level. A damaged product is considered the worst case when it is deemed unusable or inappropriate, since the product cannot be sold. In many cases, we send these goods directly to the community landfill. To a large extent, the public cannot see the process. Generally speaking, do you know how to deal with damaged products? They are simply buried. Do you know why? Because it’s the cheapest option to deal with transportation loss, but we all know it’s unnecessary waste. So, if you want to avoid this unnecessary waste, you will need to increase the level of the stretch packaging, and if you waste more, the damage to the environment will be increased.

The cost of transportation and processing, the cost of transporting fuel, plus the cost of making all the goods initially, and the raw materials used to make the product initially.