Marking and coding is an important part of the manufacturing process as well as throughout the supply chain process. Larger products and skids are among the products that often need to be organized, branded, numbered, or marked with codes, warnings and safety notices. Often, stenciling is a common method of marking and coding. Stenciling, however, … Continue reading Overview of Stenciling vs Hand Held InkJet Printing
Your brand is one of the most essential parts of your business. It is a constant reminder to your customers that your company offers the best solutions, at the best time, in the best way possible. So how do you consistently prove your commitment to quality while keeping your company and your brand at the … Continue reading Branding Beyond the Box
Even with improvements in the inkjet world on printing consistency, resolution, and barcode readability, these newer solutions are not always on par with some classic methods of labeling. Below are 4 instances where a printer/applicator and label is the best option; saving time, money, and preventing a lot of headaches. 1. Requirement of a high … Continue reading When is a label the best solution?
Pre-Solution Application The client, a manufacturer of polyurethane components for the heavy truck and trailer market, was previously manually applying labels to their cartons before feeding the cartons into an automatic case sealer. This method was time consuming and labor intensive. The R.V. Evans’ Value Added Solution After performing a Site Needs Analysis and thorough … Continue reading Manufacturer of Polyurethane Components Increases Productivity with Dual-Tamp Labeling Solution
Pre-Solution Application The client, a manufacturer of firearm storage solutions, was manually hand packing product and display cards into bags with a bottom fold over seal. The fold over seal had a strip that needed to be removed prior to sealing. This process was extremely time consuming and labor intensive and the client was producing … Continue reading Productivity “In the Bag” for Sporting Industry Manufacturer
Ways to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle in Your Packaging & Fastening Process Logo courtesy of http://americarecyclesday.org/ November 15th was America Recycles Day so it seems fitting to provide businesses with some ideas that may help them reduce, reuse, and recycle in their industrial packaging and fastening processes. Not only does the R.V. Evans Company make every effort to … Continue reading Ways to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle in Your Packaging & Fastening Process
Most people are currently using a particular gauge of shrink film because that's what has always worked. What many people don't know is that based on their specific application or process, there are several options available to reduce their shrink film usage and increase their bottom line. Most proactive shrink film projects are focused on corrugated reduction … Continue reading Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Shrink Film?