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September 22, 2017 15:53 ET

Vancouver Box Manufacturer Racer Boxes Teaches Basic Packing 101

Vancouver box manufacturer Racer Boxes offers easy tips to make sure goods arrive as intended

VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - September 22, 2017) - Mastering the basics of box packing can have a direct impact on the bottom line and help businesses deliver a better customer experience. That's the premise of a new blog recently published by Racer Boxes, a cardboard box manufacturer and printer out of Richmond, BC. For more, go to: http://racerboxes.com/blog/box-packing/

Broadly speaking, the article begins by explaining there are four basic steps to box packing: boxing, cushioning, sealing, and labelling. For example, when it comes to cushioning:

"Fillers like old newspapers, packing peanuts, bubble wrap, and foam work to fill empty spaces and prevent movement that could potentially damage the goods inside the box. Items should be individually wrapped and positioned away from the sides. For fragile items, about 3″ (8-cm) thickness of air-cellular cushioning material is recommended. There should be about 5cm thickness of cushioning on all sides, so the items fit snug and secure within a corrugated cardboard box, or any other container."

The blog concludes that a few thoughtful steps can significantly increase the odds that your package will arrive as intended. Merchandise that's been crushed, soiled, battered, or broken will likely be returned, potentially impacting bottom line profits-and maybe even a business' reputation. Take a little time, and don't be afraid to reach out to your shipper to ask for advice.

To learn more about the different shipping boxes available, contact Racer Boxes at (604) 270-8205 or racerboxes@gmail.com.

About the Company

Founded in 1991 by two Hong Kong immigrants, Racer Boxes began as a printing service in Richmond before evolving into the reputable and successful box company it is today. As manufacturers of all types of boxes-moving boxes, storage boxes, and shipping boxes-Racer Boxes has demonstrated real outside-the-box thinking. They've expanded their product line to cater to the food and fashion industry by creating special boxes for seafood packaging, clothing display, and other specialty niches. Their office is located at 5700 Cedarbridge Way in Richmond, British Columbia.

For more information, call 604-270-8205 or visit the company website at http://racerboxes.com.

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