What do soccer-playing robots and conveyors have in common? If you said nothing, you’d be wrong.
Are UPS Red or FedEx Priority shipments still not fast enough for you? Don't worry because things could get a whole lot faster.
If you do a lot of shopping on Amazon, you are left with a lot of cardboard boxes. You can throw them in the trash (boooo!), recycle them (yea!!!) or you can return them to Amazon. "Return them" you say? Yes, you can!
Why does Amazon pack small items in huge boxes?
We've all experienced the needlessly big cardboard box from Amazon at least a couple of times.
DISCOUNT PACKAGING DEPOT named Competitive Key Vendor In Global Plastic Pallet Stretch Wrap Machinery Sector
You too can use the force. No, not THAT force. Stretch wrap load containment force. It's the collective force that holds your pallet loads together. But can you use the force to your advantage? Sure you can. Here's how:
Tape is tape. If it sticks, that’s good enough for me” to which I usually respond: “If it’s good enough, why are your people putting 3 pieces of that on that box?”
Humans spend the equivalent of 1,300 days per year typing passwords. That's according to reasarch done by Microsoft. Turns out we're doing it all wrong. More on that in a moment.
Even the biggest of the big fail sometimes. I placed an order with a massive online store. You know the one - it's got everything from A to Z. This is what showed up on my doorstep two days later: