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Company Week—Packsize Profile

Brandon Brooks’ strategy for on-demand packager Packsize involves managing growth as FedEx and UPS size-up a 30% rate increase in ’15. Read more here.

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Supply Chain Management Review: Answering the Dimensional Equation

Those responsible for product delivery are wising up. An acceleration in the adoption of on-demand packaging is supported by the premise that every cost associated with outbound warehousing, order fulfillment, and transportation is driven by the cubic volume of the box used to package a product or order. Read the full article here.

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EBN—Is On-Demand Packaging Ready to Take Off?

Only 7% of companies are making their boxes on demand. However, that figure is set to grow quickly. The explosive rise of e-commerce and all the uncertainties it entails in terms of order fulfillment will likely prompt a growing number of companies, especially those serving multiple sales channels, to seek the answers in on-demand packaging. Read more here.

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Digital Journal—Bongo International saves on shipping with Packsize

“With over 200,000 customers utilizing our service worldwide, we recognized the need to find a more efficient packaging system for international deliveries,” said Bongo International CEO Craig Turnbull. This is when Bongo discovered Packsize. Read more here.

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MM&D—Boxing Clever

Every time a part or product gets shipped it needs protection. An extraordinary range of plastic and paper usually fills the gaps resulting from packaging that doesn’t fit the product being shipped. That empty space ultimately affects corporate bottom lines—and consumer pocketbooks—as well as global sustainability. At least that is how it was until Canadian firms like Holland & Crosby, PH Tech, KML Windows and Packaging Logistics discovered Packsize. Read more here.

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Packaging World—MityLite speeds delivery with on-demand box making

MityLite, Inc., an Orem, UT-based manufacturer of durable, lightweight tables, chairs, and complementary products for event settings, has reason to break out the banquet furniture and celebrate. A radical transformation in its supply chain that began in 2008 as the economic recession challenged its market leadership has yielded significant benefits that have enabled the company to grow and thrive in the down economy. Read more here.

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Salt Lake Tribune—Packsize thinks it has the right disruptive idea

How do you take the lowly shipping box and turn it into a $100 million company? Hanko Kiessner knows how. Read the full story here.

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