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As a wholesale box retailer in Vancouver, everyone at Racer Boxes understands the business of, well—business. When a package arrives from a small business, it’s got to look outstanding. The product is always the star, but the box is part of the experience. Even if a customer only pays attention for a moment, great packaging can be a powerful and profitable brand ambassador. That’s why Racer Boxes has put together three easy (and affordable) tips to beef-up brand impact.

First off, consider the humble insert. As a time-tested methodology, inserts can result in bigger order sizes, more word-of-mouth advertising, higher customer retention and more. Even better, they don’t have to be expensive. It could be as simple as a modified version of a business card or a postcard. Handwritten notes are always a terrific option with big impact, although high shipping volumes might merit a copy of a note. Promotional codes and special offers are also possibilities that could potentially encourage repeat business.

Custom Box Printing in Vancouver

Box art is another way to stand apart from the crowd. Custom box printing in Vancouver is a gorgeous option offered by Racer Boxes to businesses who want to create a unique visual experience for customers and users. Perfect for packaging, labelling, branding, displays, gift boxes, and more, box art can feature logos, inspirational messages, slogans, and much more.

Finally, don’t be afraid to get creative. For example, if a business is strongly associated with a specific colour, add a little of said coloured tissue inside the box. Try opting for a non-standard packing material that fits a product or company’s theme: straw, aluminum foil, floral wallpaper, wool—the possibilities are endless.

Adding a little effort to packaging can go a long way towards making a brand or business more memorable to consumers. And that can add up to a lot of new and repeat business. Just remember, it’s important to think outside the box before putting anything in it.

To learn more about wholesale box orders or custom box printing in Vancouver, contact Racer Boxes at (604) 270–8205 or racerinquiries@gmail.com.

Even as a wholesale box manufacturer in Vancouver, the team at Racer Printing and Box Manufacturing recognizes that we’ve only got one home. As online shopping continues to ramp up, more and more consumers are wondering if anything that can be done to reduce the waste. And good news—there is! Below are a few suggestions that will help reduce the impact of shipping on the environment—and maybe save you a few bucks, too!

Tips on How To Help Reduce The Impact Of Packaging Waste

As simple as it seems, the first step is simply to reduce and reuse. Buy less or consider second-hand choices. Thrift shops are an excellent place to find all sorts of goods that don’t come in packaging. With the Kondo craze for cleaning out spaces, many thrift stores have become a treasure trove of appliances and knick-knacks just waiting for a new home.

We all know that online shopping has never been easier thanks to the meteoric rise of Amazon, but the result has been an environmental nightmare. While many organizations are now taking steps to ensure clients don’t end up with tiny items delivered in big boxes with tons of packaging, there’s a lot that can be done as a consumer.

For example, when buying multiple items from a single vendor, request that all goods are shipped together. It might mean delivery is delayed by a day or two while resellers compile the order, but the net result is less garbage for you—and less waste in the environment. Some savvy businesses are even offering discounts or perks to customers who request this option.

Amazon recently took a significant step forward by allowing Prime members to designate a day of the week to have orders delivered. This allows the online magnate to reduce waste and packaging by grouping shipping orders together. It’s an admirable move and especially sensible for routine shoppers who make purchases two or three times a week.

Finally, remember to recycle everything that can be. Recycling reduces the need to harvest new material from the environment. In the case of boxes—this means fewer trees need to be cut, emissions from transportation and shipping are reduced, and less garbage in the landfill. Amazon has guidelines on their recycling page regarding which part of bags and mailers can be recycled and what needs to be thrown away.

Box Manufacturer Company In Vancouver

As a box manufacturer in Vancouver, the team at Racer Boxes believes that good business can still be good for the planet. With a little diligence and effort, it’s possible to bring modern trends in line with environmentally friendly practices—and that means a better future for everyone.

Racer Boxes offers Stock Cartons, Small Die Cut Boxes, Bakers Boxes, and Delivery Boxes at wholesale prices in Vancouver. By providing a wide variety of standard and customizable box sizes, we help businesses trim wastes and postage fees.

To learn more, contact Racer Boxes at (604) 270-8205 or email racerinquiries@gmail.com.

As a manufacturer of wholesale boxes in Vancouver, the team members at Racer Boxes is all about recycling. In fact, one of the biggest benefits of using wholesale cardboard boxes for shipping is that businesses can save money while still operating a modern, healthy, and environmentally sound business. However, there are some boxes that shouldn’t be recycled. In this case, we’re talking about the ubiquitous pizza box.

Pizza boxes are made of corrugated cardboard, which is one of the most recyclable materials on the planet. As the material most often used for food delivery, however, its ability to be recycled depends on the condition of the box after the customer is done using it. In the case of pizza, the grease and leftover toppings potentially stuck to the box not only can’t be recycled, it can contaminate other cardboard and paper pulp if it slips through.

According to Stanford University, “once soiled, the paper cannot be recycled because the paper fibres will not be able to be separated from the oils during the pulping process. Food is a major source of contamination in paper recycling.” While a few crumbs won’t ruin a pizza box’s recyclability, once the grease sets in, its recycling days are done.

For those concerned about the environment, there are some ways to salvage part or even all of a pizza box. For example, if the top half isn’t greasy, it can be ripped off and recycled. Or people can compost the box instead of sending it to the landfill. The bottom line for pizza boxes, when in doubt, throw it out—just not in the recycling bin. Just one greasy box can ruin an entire batch of paper recycling.

Racer Boxes produces high-quality cardboard boxes and box printing, including wholesale food boxes for produce, deliver, bakeries, and more. Contact us today for your wholesale cardboard box service needs in the Vancouver area, and ask about our products and delivery options. Call (604) 270–8205 or email racerinquiries@gmail.com.

 

As a wholesale box manufacturer in Vancouver, the team at Racer Printing and Box Manufacturing have seen how the internet has changed the way people shop. Thanks to smartphones and e-commerce, it’s possible to buy just about anything from anywhere in the world. And that convenience has made the humble brown cardboard box the undisputed king of packaging.

The cardboard box industry will be worth over $200 billion globally in the next few years, and was already almost $170 billion back in 2017. Most of this is driven by the continuing growth of e-commerce, especially in developing countries. India’s e-commerce industry alone is predicted to jump from $40 billion to $200 billion by 2026.

Technically called “corrugated cardboard,” the origins of the cardboard box date back over 3000 years in China, but the term itself was supposedly first recorded by novelist Anne Brontë back in 1848.

Corrugated paper was first patented in 1856, originally as a liner that would help top hats retain their shape. Robert Gair invented the pre-cut paperboard box in Brooklyn in 1879, which became incredibly popular and launched a packaging revolution.

The success of cardboard packaging is generally attributed to its remarkable engineering. The corrugated folds in the board help reinforce the boxes, and the air trapped between provides a stable cushion, protecting the contents during shipping. They also provide some protection against moisture, which is also important.

The machines that create these boxes have evolved over many years. Today, the fastest box-making machines in the world work at a speed of 400 boxes a minute.

One of the many benefits of cardboard is its reusability. They are 97% recyclable and can be produced from recycled materials. Around 90% of all cardboard produced is recycled, according to the EPA. This reduced environmental impact makes it an attractive choice for many people who require large amounts of packaging for their business.

Beyond its green cred, the simple brown box is also a great marketing tool—for example Racer Boxes offers box printing in Vancouver, which can bring emphasis and attention to brands.

Racer Boxes was founded in Richmond, BC by two Hong Kong immigrants who produced cardboard boxes in Vancouver. With flexible delivery options, affordable pricing, and superior quality, today Racer Boxes works with businesses, entrepreneurs, and organizations  across the lower mainland.

For Stock Cartons, Small Die Cut Boxes, Bakers Boxes, and Delivery Boxes, and more at wholesale prices, contact Racer Boxes at (604) 270-8205 or email racerinquiries@gmail.com.

As a wholesale box manufacturer in Vancouver, the team at Racer Boxes are sometimes asked for recommendations when it comes to packaging and packing material. There are dozens of options to protect merchandise that’s being shipped, but choosing the best requires some consideration. Here are some general guidelines on packing:

Packing peanuts come in two varieties theses, foam and cornstarch based biodegradable pellets, but both fill the same niche. They serve as loose filler that fills all empty space within a box to protect fragile items, creating a cushioning effect. Though they are designed to take up space, they are exceedingly lightweight, so as not to add to delivery costs.

Padded dividers are best suited for holding numerous smaller objects, as they are divided by little walls, creating a number of small compartments. This can be especially useful when shipping collections of items, or objects that you wish to keep separated for whatever reason. The outer edges are heavily padded, to provide extra protection to the objects within.

Bubble bags or bubble wrap is a surprisingly durable form of protection and space saving compared to some of the other options. The tiny plastic air-filled bubbles are very difficult to pop unless direct pressure is applied to a specific location, making it incredibly resilient to damage under most circumstances.

Packing foam, like packing peanuts, is meant to fill all available space in order to protect the item being shipped. It is intended to be cut into the desired shape to best protect/buffer the item that needs protecting. It tends to be denser, and thus a little heavier, than packing peanuts, but provides maximum protection.

Packing paper, such as kraft and butcher paper, doesn’t provide protection against direct impact, but it can help prevent scrapes and scratches. Depending on what’s being shipped and how, this might be sufficient.

Racer Boxes manufactures high-quality cardboard boxes in Vancouver. Contact us today to learn more products and delivery options. Call (604) 270–8205 or email racerinquiries@gmail.com.

 

As a wholesale box manufacturer in Vancouver, the team at Racer Printing and Box Manufacturing are experts in all things cardboard. For example, did you know there’s a correct way to store cardboard boxes?

95% of products in the US alone are packaged and transported in cardboard containers. But when not in use, they have a way of piling up and using up storage space. Learning the right way to break them down and store them will help keep them in a reusable state, and for businesses who have made a significant investment in packaging, keeping boxes tidy and safe means saving money.

First, cut the taped ends of the box open with a utility knife or other sharp object, separating the flaps by pulling them open and pushing the box flat.

Then stack these folded boxes together keeping similar sizes together. In order to bundle these together without wasting twine, measure the width of the largest box in the stack, double it and add two feet. Do the same for the length of the longest box.

Tie the box bundle up by width and then by length, and trim any excess twine left over. Don’t tie it too tight or the twine might cut into the edges of the boxes at the top and bottom.

Finally, it’s important to store the boxes somewhere not just out of the way, but safe from possible water damage. Place upright when storing unless you have shelf space large enough to slide it onto flat. Some people might hang the bundle up on a hook against a wall in a storage room to help free up storage space elsewhere.

Racer Boxes helps businesses across Vancouver offering Stock Cartons, Small Die Cut Boxes, Bakers Boxes, and Delivery Boxes, and more at wholesale prices, while providing small batch delivery services to reduce the need for separate storage space or facilities. To learn more, contact Racer Boxes at (604) 270-8205 or email racerinquiries@gmail.com.

Since 1991, Racer Boxes has provided local businesses with boxes of all shapes and sizes. By manufacturing quality boxes at wholesale prices, the team hammered out a niche in the local landscape. Of course, as a team of wholesale box manufacturers in Vancouver, everyone at Racer Boxes is pretty keen on cardboard. Below is a list of fun facts about this durable, heavy-duty champion.

Cardboard has been one of the most frequently used materials in the modern world for over a century now, but its earliest forms can be traced back to 17th century China when people used thick paper as a packaging material. It didn’t reach Europe until the nineteenth century and was first mentioned in literature in Anne Bronte’s “The Tenant of Wildfell Hall” in 1848.

Today, about 80% of all products in the Western world are packaged in cardboard, using about 400 billion square feet of the material. While in the UK, about 5 billion corrugated boxes are used per year, in the US that number skyrockets to a hundred billion.

Recycling cuts down on the resources and energy needed for cardboard production. Recycling cardboards only requires 75% of the energy required to create it fresh and produces half the sulphur dioxide in the process.

Advances in technology have made cardboard 20% lighter than just ten years ago. However, its strength has remained consistent. It’s incredible to see how far the industry has come in terms of sustainability and improvements in manufacturing and recycling are underway even today.

Racer Boxes strives to be an industry leader when it comes to manufacturing wholesale boxes in Vancouver. With flexible services and proven reliability, businesses across the lower mainland use Racer Boxes to ensure goods reach clients in safe and presentable condition.  For the highest quality cardboard boxes with optional customizations like box printing and inserts, contact Racer Boxes at  (604) 270–8205 or racerinquiries@gmail.com.

Racer Printing and Box Manufacturing is a wholesale box manufacturer and box printer, proudly servicing the Vancouver Area. While cardboard has always been an excellent option for companies that want to green-up, the students at Woodland Park Magnet School have to be applauded for a delightful project that allowed them to reuse boxes in new and creative ways.

The students of a second-grade class were studying about inventors and engineers and read the story Not a Box by Antoinette Portis. The award-winning book, inspired by Antoinette’s childhood memories, captures the thrill of how pretending can make the most basic of things feel real when imagination takes over, even with something as simple as a cardboard box.

The students then took it a step further, physically transforming cardboard boxes into robots, ovens, vending machines, and even a long-reach grasping hand with flexible fingers. They were encouraged to use their imagination to become young engineers, and exceeded their teacher’s expectations in the process.

As a company that manufactures wholesale cardboard boxes in Vancouver for businesses with low, mid, and high-volume requirements, Racer Boxes creates packaging for all sorts of industries—food, clothing, restaurants, and much more. We’re inspired by these children who took something as simple as a cardboard box and saw so much more hiding inside.

Learn more about the Stock Cartons, Small Die Cut Boxes, Bakers Boxes, and Delivery Boxes, the team at Racer Boxes are creating every day. With options for printing and small-batch delivery, the team at Racer Boxes provides superior quality and affordable pricing to businesses that think outside the box. Call (604) 270-8205 or email racerinquiries@gmail.com to learn more.

Racer Boxes In Vancouver: Tips for packing the Perfect Package

As a wholesale box manufacturer in Vancouver, the team at Racer Boxes knows how crucial it is to pack a box properly. After all, businesses not only need to ensure their merchandise arrives safely, shipping costs can quickly add up due to size and weight.

Shop before you ship

Depending on the shipping service you use, different costs may apply for certain products, such as books, DVDs, or manuscripts. Also, most offer special rates for small businesses provide discounts for shipping and other services. It’s important to find what works best, especially if volumes are high and growing. Note that Canada Post doesn’t have residential surcharges, something that might be significant to a company doing regular business in such areas.

The right box for the job

The bigger the box, the more it will cost. Shaving a few centimetres off each side can drop the cost by up to 10% depending on the carrier. But remember the box can’t be too small either. Without room for packing materials, a product can arrive damaged. The trick is to find a box that is just right, leaving enough room on all sides for cushioning.

Pack smart

When it comes to packing material, not all products are created equal. A fragile vase will need more packing material on all sides than a book. The former might require extra padding on all sides, while the latter might just need a bit of bubble wrap. Take this into account when choosing the right sized box.

Get organized

Sometimes size can be reduced through efficient organization. For, example, if multiple boxes need to fit inside a larger one, play with solutions to manage space—don’t just toss everything inside.

Fold to save space

While it’s essential to have shipping materials on hand when necessary, a surplus of packing materials can impinge on space—or even require separate storage. This can eat up any savings on wholesale purchases, which is why Racer Boxes offers small-batch delivery as an option.

 

For custom box sizes, box printing, and large stock carton boxes, Racer Boxes in Vancouver offers a variety of wholesale box products and delivery options. Call (604) 270 – 8205 or email racerinquiries@gmail.com.

 

Racer Boxes Offers Box Shipping for Beginners

As a Vancouver box manufacturer, the team at Racer Boxes understands how important it is to ensure that products reach their customers undamaged, and much of this hinges on the packaging used during delivery.

Apart from safety, a box acts as an ambassador of the brand. Consider the impression the packaging will have on the consumer when it arrives—a box that’s too big or small increases the chance of product damage. Moreover, recipients may gain the overall impression that a business is cheap, lazy, or uncaring, none of which is beneficial.

Aside from aesthetics and professionalism, customized box sizes make good economic sense. An appropriately sized  custom box is cheaper to store and ship. Less packing filler is required. And while these might seem like trifling costs per order, over time they can add up. That’s why companies like Amazon are continually finding new ways to cut down on waste and space when shipping.

However, the best reason to invest in custom box manufacturing is that it means leaving customers with a better impression. In fact, according to a 2016 study, 40% of shoppers said they would be somewhat more likely or much more likely to purchase from a retailer again if they ordered a package online and it came in a gift-like or premium package.

Quality packaging also encourages word-of-mouth marketing. When consumers are excited about a brand, they’re more likely to recommend it to friends and colleagues. Statistics suggest that 50% of shoppers are more likely to recommend a product to friends if the packaging manages to impress them.  In other words, don’t underestimate the “wow” factor.

For reliable custom-made boxes that can be delivered in convenient batch sizes, Racer Boxes manufacturers boxes of superior quality at affordable pricing. Call (604) 270-8205 or email racerinquiries@gmail.com to learn more.

 

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