Warehouses are the backbone of industry. Storing products, product components, and machinery can be something of a headache at times. However, as anyone will tell you, it is highly important. Warehouse storage is something that can easily get out of hand, and a relatively large warehouse can be filled up quickly if the people are using inefficient storage techniques. The warehouse works as a buffer. For any sort of warehouse, whether it be from a production company or a store, the more that can be stored in a warehouse, the more product that can be moved.
Stretch wrap, also referred to as stretch film, is a type of plastic film that is highly stretchable, used in the packaging and shipping of items, mainly by wrapping them around to keep them intact.
Here are some answers to frequently asked questions about stretch wrap. In case you don't find what you're looking for in our FAQ, you can contact us today for more information about our products.
The highly interesting television show How It’s Made has created an interest in learning more about how everyday items are made. It has shown audiences that there is a lot that goes into making things that are easily taken for granted, and that is perhaps what makes the show so fascinating. However, one thing that the show hasn’t covered yet is stretch wrap.
Knowing a little bit more about this product can actually help you get the most out of your stretch film at work. Whether it means changing the type or the approach that you use to wrap your products, a little knowledge of stretch film can go a long way.
There is something exciting about packing, whether it is for a personal move or moving goods. It usually means change - or progress in our lives.
For businesses, it is very easy to explain why you should love packaging - it means you're selling your product and shipping it to the clients who need your goods. Of course there are complications and difficulties with packaging your goods - but let's not pretend the complications outweigh the benefits of signing off on a big sale.
Keeping machines well maintained, is obviously one of the most important aspects of modern industry. Since the dawn of industrialization, people who were experts in maintenance, repairing, and diagnosing machines were entirely invaluable. That being said, when the machine is performing such a systematic and important role - like those machines which work with packaging and the application of stretch film - maintenance can be even more crucial.
Like many items of convenience, such as sliced bread and sandwich bags, the history of stretch wrap is not commonly known. In fact, most people don’t even know it by its name, and it is often thought to be the same as things like bubble wrap. Packaging film is generally taken for granted, but it has a much richer past than you might think. Imagine what it would be like to send a pallet of boxed items without stretch film to cover it. While it isn’t a nightmare, it certainly presents a lot of different problems that you don’t have to worry about today.
Paragon Films is an industrial company that has continuously responded to challenges and opportunities in delivering efficient, economical, and sustainable stretch film products through tireless innovations, creativity and an entrepreneurial passion. Though profitability is important for the growth of Paragon Films, the need to manufacture improved new innovative products has contributed to its recognition as a leading manufacturer in the industry. The result is bringing you the next level of performance, cost savings and provision of a sustainable environment.
Sustainability is a big word in our industry, and the way our customers make purchasing decisions most often comes down to cost or previous relationships — so any “take away” here should be based around sustainability being the right choice through the lens of cost, sustainability of their company, and choosing a company that has good ethical values in their materials.
In today's competitive global marketplace, building a customer service program that is valuable and resonates with your customers goes beyond fulfilling promises to provision of quality services. Customers tend to respond positively if your customer service is friendly, accommodating, and action-driven.