The industrial tote box is a versatile storage option for any manufacturing purpose. Whether storing electronics, small parts or large assemblies these 15 tips will give you the power to make the most of your facility’s storage containers.
Packaging workstations are the cornerstones of warehouse operations. Processing, collecting and shipping out products and other materials are key functions of any business.
Customizing a packaging workstation is a solution to increasing workplace productivity and employee efficiency. However, certain considerations need to take place before you begin this process. You have to consider ergonomics and comfort, the needs and function of the workstation, and the materials necessary for the workstation to perform at full capacity.
Vacuum sealing otherwise know as dry packaging is the process of removing oxygen from a bag with the goal of extending the shelf life and preserving the material or product inside the bag. Industrial vacuum sealers are available in a variety of sizes and styles with features that can accommodate most any sealing application.
Cello Tape (Cellophane Tape) is great for wrapping presents, but that’s not all it’s good for. Make sure mail packages are protected or use Cello Tape labels to organize everything in your life. Many people don’t realize how versatile Cello Tape really is. Here are a few surprising ways people use Cello Tape to create art, tame clutter, or make life easier.
Remember during the 90’s when the coolest shoes had Velcro® straps? Velcro® never went away; manufacturers just continued to adapt it to a variety of uses. Parents favored it for shoes because it was easy for little hands to fasten. However, Velcro® is making a comeback for shoes and décor, becoming a popular choice for all ages. Here are ten of the best uses for this versatile material.
Quality is paramount in the manufacturing industry and history is full of big mistakes due to the lack of attention to detail. Despite our best efforts, simple laziness is sometimes all that it takes to lose millions of dollars. Here are some incredibly expensive mistakes that a little more due diligence could have prevented.