When contracting with the Government, you can manufacture your product perfectly; but if the labels are on the wrong place and/or the packaging techniques and materials used are not to specification . . .Read more
It happens on nearly any large-scale worksite. You have parts and materials being shipped into the site at all hours and from dozens, or maybe even hundreds, of vendors. You have . . .Read more
Optimize your industrial supply chain with Deufol’s warehousing and technology solutions. You have parts and products you need to stock, but you don’t necessarily have the space required . . .Read more
In automotive manufacturing, no detail is too small. A vehicle is a complicated piece of machinery. For the final product to work properly, every part has to meet high quality . . .Read more
You can’t afford delays, cost overruns, or excessive downtime in production. You need a seamless, comprehensive plan. You need a partner who is an expert in handling industrial relocations...Read more
Thermoforming design. When you read those words, what comes to mind? What do you expect the thermoform to accomplish for you? How it looks on the shelf? How it functions? What are the goals of the brand and overall aesthetic? How would it move through your supply chain? It appears that these are just some of the important considerations, but thermoforming design seems to go well beyond the visual!
Our clients tell us that an effective thermoform should; look good, catch the buyer’s attention, be functional and protect your product. Additionally, all these considerations and more, need to accommodate the budget and be designed to meet your specific requirements.
You might have many issues with your current industrial packaging vendor at the Port of Antwerp. You might have had a certain amount of time to get your project completed and you were left running behind schedule perhaps because the wait time to get your products packaged, due to the extensive transport, as their location is far away from the breakbulk area, and not multi modal connected.Read More
The COVID pandemic has hit every corner of the American economy. Perhaps no sector has been hit harder than manufacturing. In April, the monthly manufacturing index crashed to 34.8. A score below 50 represents contraction in the industry. The April score was the lowest since 2009.