Co-Packing Tag

Co-packing, or contract packaging, has become a viable manufacturing option for many companies that do not have the capabilities to do the process effectively themselves.  These packaging options provide companies a competitive advantage by allowing them to take large scale orders without having to scale...

In the current retail marketplace, customers expect to have the ability to make purchases from a particular store in-person or online with the same seamless buying experience. In others words, consumers want to buy on their terms. This is the definition of omnichannel. Creating and...

The most ubiquitous packaging materials are of course bubble wrap and peanuts.  The pros and cons of both are well documented, but the most important thing to know is they are typically made from plastics (as in oil) and are not bio-degradable. With the amount of...

All companies – the good ones at least - have things they are good at. If they didn’t they probably wouldn’t be around. Manufacturers make, and retailers sell, but this doesn’t mean they have to be great at everything. This is a basic reality of business...