Our customer was individually boxing parts that they were shipping across the country from fabrication to the final assembly point.
Not only were they faced with heaps of scrap packaging, they were experiencing loss of parts due to separation from the group and shipping damage.
We were able to come up with a great re-usable package that will save over 53,000LBS of packaging scrap.
We were approached by Montreal Assembly, a guitar pedal manufacturer, who wanted to follow Amazon’s Frustration-Free Packaging Guidelines but did not currently do so. They wanted to switch to tap into the incentives Amazon offers compliant companies.
The engineers at Foam Industries then designed a new package - a ship in own container (SIOC) version where the pedal is supported by a custom foam insert placed in a single box. This version is compliant with Amazon’s Frustration-Free Packaging Guidelines.
Each year, the new design is reducing 1-1/2 TONS of packaging material
Future Foam reached out to us because they needed some help with a marketing kit. We were able to produce these digitally printed boxes for them on a tight timeline.
They use these boxes for samples of their products to send to new and existing customers. With a unique, printed box, Future Foam separates themselves from the competition.
Dude Food partners with local farmers to ship local, family farm meat to it's customers. The meat is subject to shipping across the country, and cannot spoil due to shipping time.
Dude Food was using a recycled fiber product before, but was having customer complaints about the material sluffing into the package and overall not looking professional.
We solved all of these issues with a custom six panel EPS cooler to prevent the hot, outside air from keeping the meat cold.