Archive for June, 2018

The Importance of Reusable Plastic

Written by Economic Development Jobs on June 7, 2018. Posted in Customizable packaging solutions/options, Made in usa clamshells, Reusable clamshell

Packaging, from ammo packaging to thermoformed packaging, is hugely important in the United States (and in many other places around the world). But retail packaging is not always ideal, as packaging such as thermoformed packaging and clamshell packaging, among other types of packaging, is not always environmentally friendly. In fact, this packaging such as thermoformed packaging can have a decidedly negative impact on the environment at large, contributing to pollution in the land as well as in the water

In just one year, more than thirty one million tons of plastic waste is improperly disposed. While it is bad enough for plastic waste to end up in a landfill, this improper disposal has had a massive hand at negatively impacting other places in our planet. Particularly harmed by plastic waste has been the ocean. And while plastic packaging lik

What’s The Most Effective Method Of Business Transportation For E-Commerce?

Written by Economic Development Jobs on June 5, 2018. Posted in 360 load board, Freight management, Tms system

Transportation is one of the most important issues a business can discuss today.

Why not? Shipping can be the dealbreaker for many customers when choosing to invest in one business over another. A lack of proper LTL shipments can keep a business from making its monthly figures and leave them in the dust of their competitors. That’s even before you touch on the environmentally friendly benefits of one form of transportation over the other. When you want to embrace the art of transportation over the coming years while still saving on costs, reaching out to a broker TMS system will help you with all the little details that go into a proper shipment. Scheduling, tracking, trends…you’ll have it all.

Here’s what you need to know about broker systems in today’s fast-paced world.

What does the shipment process look like today? The word of the day is ‘massive’. According to in