- Created: Monday, 01 October 2012
An organization wants to use less corrugate in its shipping operations. Unique designs or processes must reduce the amount of corrugate material required, while maintaining the same level of protection for the products being shipped. Replacing corrugate with another material may be considered, but the replacement material will have to be less expensive and equally environmentally friendly. Possible solutions include thin-walled corrugate, fewer pieces, corrugate reinforced with 90-degree-angle folds, or corrugate in combination with shrink-wrap. The proposed method must be automated and cannot increase the labor component of packaging the materials.