Stretch Wrapping

Do you know how to reduce product damage in the paper F industry supply chain

? You know what? Organizations, diapers and other paper industries suffered heavy losses during global shipping, with about $230 million in losses. If we look at the north American market, it’s probably about $70 million worth of losses.

Do you know what the damage is?

The invalid stretch packaging is the root cause of the damage to the transit products of about 50%.

If you want to have an effective stretching package, in transit, it requires a combination of factors to produce this protective pallet load. Do you know what control is? What are the loaded tray keys? What is the back of the film that doesn’t drag? They are the three keys to effective stretch packaging. However, the organization and paper presented some specific challenges that could be used to stretch the packaging effectively.

Do you know what makes the organization and papermaking industry unique?

There are some unique challenges when it comes to transport in the organization and paper industry, which can make it more difficult to stretch effectively. First, paper and tissue products are inherently more vulnerable than other products. In these industries, generally speaking, we can see that pallet load is usually low.

The goal of cost-cutting strategies in these industries is to reduce primary and secondary packaging. This increases the additional challenge to the stretching packaging process, and the crushing and twisting loads are included.

What do you need to do to stop the bleeding?

The bleeding! Our free paper towel and paper industry guide will help you to improve the quality of your tensile packaging.

What is the purpose of this guide? It will show you three things about stretching packaging in the organization and paper industry. At the same time, it will also show you three specific steps for implementing effective stretch wrapping practices, as well as a short guide to effective stretching packaging.

If what you want to do is in paper towels and paper industries, you can stretch wrap, so, you can trust me, this eBook is the best start!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stretch Wrapping

This is broken!

It is necessary to identify the key issues.

This picture is a typical struggle story – it has good intentions and wrong attention – it is very common in the world of stretching packaging.

The only thing it needs is a $10 stretch film, and it can deliver a safe delivery truck tray. However, there is one thing that makes people very unhappy. Half of the total shipments on the way to the destination were damaged. So, every year, billions of dollars of losses are created.

Pursue real opportunities.

We spend more time and energy on reducing the cost of film, and we don’t spend much time and effort on reducing loss. This is particularly unfortunate because we get a lot of evidence. This evidence suggests that we can avoid as much as half of the transport loss as long as we make a better stretch package.

You know what the bigger payoff is? We can save a few percentage points on a $10 roll of film. Or, reduce the transport loss caused by the ineffectual stretching. Generally speaking, we can reduce it to half of us $250. Or maybe half the value of your truck.

Talk about an obvious thing.

Start now!

What we need to do is fix things that are really different. You need to take the first step. The first step is to reduce your shipping costs. For this, we can reduce by better stretching packaging. After all, forgetting to prevent shipping damage is the first reason you stretch the packaging.

Our foothold is the unpopularity of the 2008 joint industry report: there are real reasons and viable solutions.

 

 

Stretch Film Cost

Do you know how to reduce the damage or reduce the film cost? You need to solve big problems first!

You can identify the key issues first.

The company saw the cost of the film. Typically, the problem we focus on is how to reduce expenses by a few percentage points. However, they did not take into account the fact that they were actually saved.

The $10 stretch film is needed to deliver a typical truck. However, a quarter of the total shipments were damaged, so the damaged products could not be sold to the destination. So billions of dollars are lost every year.

Pursue real opportunities.

Generally speaking, we spend more time and energy on reducing the cost of film. However, we have not spent much time in reducing losses. This is particularly unfortunate. Why do you say that? Because our experience shows that products that become unmarketable from transportation losses can save on film costs by better stretching packaging.

So what constitutes “better stretching packaging”?

First, sufficient control needs to be applied to the top, middle and bottom of the load. What is deterrence? Generally speaking, we weigh it in pounds. The containment force is the thing that puts the payload together.

Lock or load the load onto the tray is the second. If there is no locked load on the tray. Then, in transit, it is possible to slip. The thing you need to do when a load is lifted by a forklift or a pallet is to wrap the load to the bottom of the tray. The purpose of this is to make the load more susceptible to the impact of the film. Winding the bottom of the film into a cable is the solution to this problem. We also need to lock the load on the tray. Then we pushed the cable to a tray about an inch on the deck. This can be easy when it is off the knife and fork of a pallet or forklift.

Also, the key to ensuring a pallet load is to avoid the reverse of the drag film. The tail of the drag film appears to be caught, pulled or torn, resulting in a loss of containment. The final result is a load failure.

So, you know what the bigger payoff is?

On the stretch film, a few percentage points are saved. Or can the damage be reduced by stretching?

Start now!

There are really different things that need to be fixed. You can take the first step. If you want to reduce your shipping losses, you can do so by better stretching the packaging. After all, preventing transport damage is a key reason we stretch the packaging first, you can’t forget.