Each year, we celebrate different holidays for different reasons, and our packaging reflects it.
When we walk into a grocery store, the point-of-purchase floor displays remind us what holiday is coming up. When we walk through a mall or in front of retail shops, the window displays are created to entice us with holiday-based discounts. Holidays and special events can even be found on food and drink packaging.
To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, we thought we’d highlight some of our favorite St. Patrick’s Day packaging.
After receiving requests from customers who needed cores faster, we launched our store in October 2013 to do just that. A year and a half later, we’re offering ninety different length options. All cores available through our online store have a 3 inch inside diameter and a .125 inch wall thickness — the most common inside diameter and wall thickness for tape and label cores.
Today we want to show you the two different ways to order tape cores and label cores.
1) Emailing Purchase Orders
2) Online Ordering
1) EMAILING PURCHASE ORDERS
We have been making spiral paper cores in Los Angeles since 1949, which obviously pre-dates the internet. Many of our long-term customers continue to purchase their paper cores by emailing a Purchase Order to firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more…
The turn of the century brought about an explosion in technological advances and practices within the shipping industry. Industry research shows that over 65% of United States shoppers will browse online for needed products and services. The U.S Census Bureau reported that the estimated retail e-commerce sales for the year 2013 was roughly $263.3 billion. In the fourth quarter of 2013 alone, e-commerce sales rose over 3% from previous quarters tapping out at $83.6 billion. It is only natural to guess that the highest volume of online shopping occurs between Thanksgiving and Christmas. However, online shopping is usually available 24/7 giving consumers maximum accessibility when searching for products and services.