Corrugated Cardboard: Keeping Earth Clean

Corrugated Cardboard: Keeping Earth Clean

Corrugated Cardboard – Leading the Way in Sustainable Packaging As consumers become increasingly concerned about the environment, they have become a more powerful force in how manufacturers make decisions. This includes every aspect of production, including packaging. Make no mistake,…

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The Box Basics

The vast majority of manufactured goods that are shipped in the U.S. arrive in corrugated boxes. Most people handle a corrugated container on a regular basis, and yet they know very little about what makes the material unique and why…

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Environmental Sustainability: Corrugated Boxes

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.

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Trust in Family Owned

Big-name brands and the companies behind them might get a great deal of media coverage but they often lack a crucial element that a family-owned business excels in: trust. Express Packaging is a family-owned business that has offered quality boxes for companies of all sizes for more than 30 years.

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Ways to Reduce Packaging Waste and Cost

Close to 100 Billion boxes are produced and used each year within the United States. That’s a lot of boxes that companies and individuals are purchasing in order to send packages to various destinations throughout the globe. The question that remains in the face of this staggering statistic is, “have you begun to reduce your package waste and costs, or are you still spending too much money on shipments?”

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