Some of our e-tailers who pack & ship efficiently

You'll learn:

Supply chain experts on the importance of optimizing packing

"The cost to value ratio is off the charts. I've never seen anything like it."

Rick Gemereth

CIO, Lionel

"We would not have been able to handle the increased volume [during the pandemic] without Paccurate. It allowed us to do with 1 person what we used to do with 5.”

John Maurer

COO, Integra Beauty

"Paccurate is going to save us millions of dollars per year" — Ankur Garg, Director of Logistics, Hunter Douglas

Ankur Garg

Director of Logistics, Hunter Douglas

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Learn How to Adjust your Packing Process to Increase Margins

Discover how retailers are optimizing their cartons and packing processes to reduce fulfillment costs.

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US Patent No. 11216774B2

- What factors influence the optimal pack for any given shipment
- How FedEx and UPS incentivize counter-intuitive packing
- How to optimize packing and reduce labor costs, without slowing down
- Why SCOPE-3 emissions are inextricably linked to cost savings at the point of packing

Packing is one of the most impactful step in the fulfillment process.

According to research, most D2C parcel shipments are 50% dead air, and up to 64% air in some product categories. There are several reasons for this, including fast-paced fulfillment environments and inadequate box selections.

Taking air out of every shipped package is a great way to reduce costs and SCOPE-3 emissions. But we can go further.

To truly optimize shipments for cost, you have to incorporate external cost structures into the box selection. Labor costs, material (fill and corrugate), and negotiated carrier rate tables all affect the best box(es) to use for any given shipment.

This level of optimization at the packing step has a ripple effect. Most importantly, it reduces the number of trailers required for the same number of shipments. In this way, right-sizing provides resiliency against capacity constraints.