Poor packaging choices can have devastating consequences for artists and companies that handle paint and painting supplies. Rough handling throughout shipment can cause damage to paint and painting supplies. Spilled paint is a nuisance, but it can also be expensive.…
Did you know that major carrier services like UPS and FedEx use dimensional weight, otherwise known as DIM, to determine postage costs?. By choosing the right box size for your shipment, you could potentially save thousands of dollars every year…
While cutting-edge digital technology has changed the way we do business in every conceivable way, sometimes tried and true is better.
Did you know that you should always tape the bottom of a corrugated box before you begin to pack it? Folding the bottom flaps over each other might seem like a great idea until you pick it up, the bottom…
Express Packaging has long understood the impact our company has on both the environment and the people who use our products. As the debate rages about the best ways to go green, we’ve been busy finding ways to make smarter choices for the future. It’s why we’ve chosen corrugated cardboard as our sole packaging material. Learn more about how corrugated cardboard protects both the contents of your package and the world around us.
In today’s global society, the retail industry relies on convenient and effective shipping methods. As part of their shipping considerations, retailers need to weigh the benefits of their packaging materials, as well as the branding opportunities that exist when choosing corrugated packaging.
The rarest box on the market, now built with your needs in mind. Here at Express Packaging, we are proud to manufacture these life-sized custom corrugated boxes as long as it means taking care of our people.
Sturdy corrugated cardboard isn’t just used for boxes. It’s also a top choice for custom designed display containers at highly visible point-of-purchase locations, such as checkout stands and wherever you want to encourage impulse purchases.
Tooling refers to the specialized equipment used to manufacture boxes that meet your exact specifications. These “tools of the trade” are known as plates and cutting dies. By understanding the process, you’ll see how vital it is to the creation of your custom box design.
Think cardboard boxes are boring? Well, think again! This seemingly simple storage structure has a long and storied history that has transformed global shipping since it was first invented. Take a look for yourself!