If you’re looking for ways to improve company productivity, stretch wrapping can make a big difference in your overall productivity.
Note: This blog post has generated so much attention that we’ve decided to run it one more time.
In a few days, we’ll stop what we’re doing for two minutes. We’ll watch the world’s finest three-year old thoroughbreds compete in the 140th running of the Kentucky Derby. During Derby week, we’ll throw parties, decorate with red roses, wear oversized hats, swoon over B-list out-of-town celebrities and drink a few mint juleps. And some of […]
It seems like the easiest thing to put together “square,” or correctly formed, cases, or boxes, that are easy to pack, stack and ship. Except, as case erecting experts, we can tell you that it’s not as easy as it sounds.
Millions of loads slide off their pallets during shipment each year, causing billions of dollars of damage and waste. This happens because loads aren’t adequately bonded to their pallets.
Film breaks are more than just an annoyance. They’re the number one problem in stretch wrapping. Often they lead to a chain of disastrous consequences. And they are, indeed, the enemy.
We chatted with CEO Jim Lancaster about our Lean manufacturing and management system. In the early 1990s, Lantech became an early adopter of Lean, a process that eliminates waste and ultimately gives the customer the most value.
If you’ve ever taken a golf or skiing vacation, you know how difficult it is to get your clubs or skis through baggage claim and to your final destination.