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  • / Press Release

    UPS Sets "Green" Standards for Shipment Packaging

    ATLANTA, April 15, 2010 – UPS (NYSE:UPS) today became the first carrier to offer its customers an assessment of their shipment packaging based on environmental standards. Under the Eco Responsible Packaging Program, UPS will evaluate a customer’s packaging processes in three areas of sustainability: damage prevention, right-sizing and packaging materials. UPS will score the results and those customers who meet the requirements can display the...

    Posted 04/15/2010

    ATLANTA, April 15, 2010 – UPS (NYSE:UPS) today became the first carrier to offer its customers an assessment of their shipment packaging based on environmental standards. Under the Eco Responsible Packaging Program, UPS will evaluate a customer’s packaging processes in three areas of…
  • / E-Retailers

    Amazon goes back to basics with launch of private-label electronics gear

    In its latest move to expand its private-label offerings, Amazon.com has launched its own line of electronics staples called AmazonBasics. The line offers such essentials as audio video cables and blank DVDs.

    Posted 09/23/2009Bill BriggsPost a comment

    In its latest move to expand its private-label offerings, Amazon.com has launched its own line of electronics staples called AmazonBasics. The line offers such essentials as audio video cables and blank DVDs.
  • / E-Retailers

    Less is more when it comes to Amazon’s growing product packaging initiative

    Product packaging ratings and two new electronics manufacturers join Amazon’s Frustration-Free Packaging campaign. In providing feedback, customers can rate Amazon’s packaging on a four-point scale ranging from “too small” to “way too big.”

    Posted 09/09/2009Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Product packaging ratings and two new electronics manufacturers join Amazon’s Frustration-Free Packaging campaign. In providing feedback, customers can rate Amazon’s packaging on a four-point scale ranging from “too small” to “way too big.”
  • A Package Deal

    Web merchants are well positioned to embrace eco-friendly and easy-to-open packaging. Some are turning it into a competitive edge.

    Posted 07/31/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Web merchants are well positioned to embrace eco-friendly and easy-to-open packaging. Some are turning it into a competitive edge.
  • / E-Retailers

    Dell extends its green initiatives to its order fulfillment operation

    Computer maker Dell will expand its green initiatives by reducing its packaging material by 20 million pounds over four years and increasing by 40% use of recycled material for packaging and cushioning products in transit, the company has announced.

    Posted 12/23/2008Don DavisPost a comment

    Computer maker Dell will expand its green initiatives by reducing its packaging material by 20 million pounds over four years and increasing by 40% use of recycled material for packaging and cushioning products in transit, the company has announced.
  • / Press Release

    New Storopack Web Site Features Simplifies Search for Cushioning Solutions With New Functionality

    Cincinnati, OH –Storopack, Inc, a worldwide leader in protective cushioning, has recently introduced a new web site that makes it easy for viewers to find cushioning solutions. The web site, www.storopack.com/en was completely overhauled with increased emphasis on ecological packaging, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), reverse logistics, hybrid “fit for purpose” packaging, and more. A new section entitled “What’s Your Challenge?” addresses...

    Posted 04/15/2008

    Cincinnati, OH –Storopack, Inc, a worldwide leader in protective cushioning, has recently introduced a new web site that makes it easy for viewers to find cushioning solutions. The web site, www.storopack.com/en was completely overhauled with increased emphasis on ecological packaging, Corporate…
  • / Technology

    How GiftsForYouNow.com cuts shipping costs

    GiftsForYouNow.com, a personalized products retailer, expedites fulfillment while cutting costs through basic steps like using flexible packaging materials and eliminating redundant steps in package handling, says general manager Chuck Albanese.

    Posted 04/11/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    GiftsForYouNow.com, a personalized products retailer, expedites fulfillment while cutting costs through basic steps like using flexible packaging materials and eliminating redundant steps in package handling, says general manager Chuck Albanese.

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  • / Press Release

    Storopack Introduces Hybrid “Fit for Purpose” Packaging

    Cincinnati, OH –Storopack, Inc. introduces hybrid packaging - a combination of different types of cushioning and void fill products to achieve optimal protective packaging while reducing costs. This proven packaging method incorporates the best attributes of both types of products including air pillows, and protective pads to achieve “fit for purpose” packaging. This provides unsurpassed cushioning whether the product is being shipped across the...

    Posted 11/21/2007

    Cincinnati, OH –Storopack, Inc. introduces hybrid packaging - a combination of different types of cushioning and void fill products to achieve optimal protective packaging while reducing costs. This proven packaging method incorporates the best attributes of both types of products including air…
  • What kind of impression do you make?

    Retailing is as much about theater as it is about merchandise. But there is one area that many retailers overlook—the final impression.

    Posted 10/30/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Retailing is as much about theater as it is about merchandise. But there is one area that many retailers overlook—the final impression.
  • Where’s My Package?

    New rules at the U.S. Postal Service create new challenges for retailers

    Posted 08/30/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    New rules at the U.S. Postal Service create new challenges for retailers

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