If you’re Boll & Branch – a high-end e-commerce company offering luxury bedding and towels – it’s not only a requirement, but core to the brand.
We teamed up with the high-end e-tailer on a gift box re-design. The previous design consisted of corrugated with a two-sided rollover and litho print on the inside. Kraft paper was used as filler around the gift boxes.
Boll & Branch sought out an improved structural package design, but also one that spoke to the brand’s core values of natural, high end, and sustainable. So our designers got to work.
When you travel, public restrooms are rarely top of mind. You’re likely thinking about flight check-ins, favorite destination spots, and unforgettable photo opportunities – not whether your restroom experience will be a positive one.
From the one-way glass restrooms on the streets of London to the video game toilets in Japan, it can be an interesting experience to use a restroom in another country.
Packaging equipment is not just for large companies. Smaller, more nimble companies are using semi- and fully-automated packaging solutions to meet growing sales and customer demands. In a short time period, the equipment investment can deliver measurable ROI and contribute to a more efficient operation. Why are more and more companies (both large and small) interested in packaging equipment solutions? Here are five key benefits: 1. Increase capacity, productivity and throughput 2. Maximize product containment and protection during transportation and warehousing 3.
In the past, packaging was often considered a last-minute process before products went to market. It was part of shipping, plain and simple. But today, innovative companies are making it part of the product development process, moving packaging design and manufacturing up the planning ladder.
Why? Strategic packaging can save manufacturers big money.
The global packaging market is rapidly expanding, expected to reach $975 billion this year, with sales concentrated in Asia.* Manufacturing products overseas can help you meet customer demand and reduce per-unit costs, but it can also put your product quality, customer experience, brand and profitability at risk. To avoid this, consider these guidelines from our experts.
1. BE SURE TO GET THE PRODUCTS YOU PAY FOR
Let’s face it – we all love Bubble Wrap ®, especially when we’re popping it. Enjoy these fun facts below!
1. Bubble Wrap® was originally invented as wallpaper
Fifty years ago, Alfred Fielding and Marc Chavannes created three-dimensional wallpaper from sealed air pockets between shower curtains. They thought people would love the groovy design, but Bubble Wrap’s destiny was function over form. A great packaging material was born.
2. Popping Bubble Wrap® relieves stress
Your cleaning brand has the power to impact your image, productivity, morale and loyalty. It’s more than just wiping and sanitizing. It’s about protecting relationships. Take a look inside the minds of everyone your cleaning products affect. You, your customers, cleaning staff and employees.
Each cold and flu season, nearly 111 million workdays are lost due to the flu alone in the U.S. As a result, businesses lose approximately $7 billion in sick days and lost productivity every year.
The culprit? Germs. What’s a proven way to reduce germ transmission around the office? Proper hand hygiene.
We’ve all heard of LEAN, Six Sigma and process excellence, and how they decrease costs, improve productivity, and develop more effective people and companies. But what if you could get results like these simply by applying LEAN to your cleaning? We tend to think of cleaning as housekeeping. Are all the mops off the floor? Are all the supplies shoved into the storage closets? Are there dirty spots on the carpet? In fact, the way property managers and manufacturers look at cleaning right now is almost retro, more focused on clean (supplies and tools) than LEAN (methods).
Did you know? The cleaning trade has been around for over 7,000 years –so, right about the time that the wheel was invented, cleaning emerged as an essential component of healthy living.
Certainly, a lot has happened in society since 5,000 BC, but many of the most impressive advancements in facilities management has happened in the past decades. No matter the size, age, industry or location of your building, no property manager can argue these three shared goals of building operation and maintenance: