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Section 179 Deduction

Posted by on 12/28/2015 to Did You Know

Introduction

You can elect to recover all or part of the cost of certain qualifying property, up to a limit, by deducting it in the year you place the property in service. This is the section 179 deduction. You can elect the section 179 deduction instead of recovering the cost by taking depreciation deductions.

Your Packages Journey

Posted by Mary on 6/15/2015 to Products

If getting your package to its destination in one piece matters; you are concerned about what your package has gone through on its journey.  Was it dropped?  Was it thrown?  Was it slide across the floor with un-necessary haste?  The trouble is that only your package and the handlers (of which there will be many) know the extent of stress your package was put through.

The solution is simple, ask your package how its trip was.  If you think that is a crazy idea, not really.  With Tip N Tell Indicators you can do the next best thing.  They affix onto your shipment.  Tip N Tell Indicators increase awareness of the importance of handling your package with care.  Ease of use and tamperproof features, make these products highly desirable for shipment safety.

How Do Impulse Sealers Work

Posted by Steven Madsen III on 5/21/2015 to Did You Know
One of the most common ways of packaging is using a plastic or poly bag, but what happens when you need to close that bag?  Maybe even re-size the bag for a better fit?  The best way is to use an Impulse Sealer to “melt” the material into a seal.

UPS DIM Weight

Posted by Mary on 12/11/2014 to News
UPS New DIM Weights

Plastic Sheeting for Plants and Gardens

Posted by Mary on 2/24/2014 to Did You Know

Whether you are growing fruits, vegetables or flowers; plastic (poly) sheeting is a very versatile product to help with weed prevention, soil temperature and early germination.


You can use clear plastic sheeting to make a green house environment for your seedlings.  Not only will it help keep them warmer, but it will help keep wind and heavy rain from damaging the young plants.


Black plastic sheeting absorbs heat during the day and that heat keeps the soil warm in the evening.  If you want to have even more heat, double up the plastic.


Laying down plastic sheeting, whether black or clear will help kill weeds which helps plants grow. 

Heat Sealers and How They Work

Posted by Beth on 1/29/2014 to Did You Know
Heat sealers are used for most plastic sealing.  Using a heat sealer ensures that your product has not been tampered with and is secure.  These machines are used in the medical, dental, food service, coffee service, media industry and any area where a secure seal is needed.

Choosing the Right Protective Package Filling

Posted by Mary on 12/27/2013 to Products
If you are packing gift boxes with air pillows and newsprint for personal shipping or you run a business that regularly ships out large numbers of packages using anti-static foam or bubble cushioning, deciding on the perfect protective package filling is essential to keeping your shipments safe and undamaged.

There are many different types of packaging filling, and understanding the benefits and usage of each is essential to properly packing.

Loose Fill and Peanut Dispensers for Efficient Packaging

Posted by Carlos on 10/30/2013 to Products
Loose fill packing materials are a great way to protect fragile objects during shipment. A loose fill dispensing system makes using loose fill peanuts easier and more convenient. Several types are available, including gravity-powered and vacuum and dispenser all-in-ones. Dispensing systems also come in a wide range of capacities to suit your shipment volume.

Your Business in the Bubble

Posted by Carlos on 10/7/2013 to Did You Know
If you are in the business of manufacturing or distributing products, either to business clients or individual consumers, the delivery of those items is an extremely important part of the process. You have a wide range of options when it comes to shipping, but if you want to make sure that your products arrive at their destination safely, you really should consider bubble mailers to keep those materials protected. Bubble mailers are extremely affordable, especially when compared to the cost of damaged products and return logistics. Most bubble mailers also come with a self-sealing feature, which makes usage extremely easy and cuts down on the man-hours required for the shipping process.

All About Stencil Machines

Posted by Carlos on 9/25/2013 to Did You Know
Stenciling is an important part of marking different types of products for easier identification. The process is used in a range of products but mainly on shipping products and traffic signs. The stenciling process is made easier and more affordable, through the use of stencil machines. There are three main types of stencil machines that include the manual, electronic and the super size stencil machines.

Corrugated Sheets of Cardboard

Posted by Carlos on 9/13/2013 to Did You Know
Sheets of Corrugated cardboard are essential in the shipping, packing and moving industries. The sheets wrap up breakables. They protect glass, metal, china and silver from scratches, chips or breaks. The cardboard corrugated sheets conform to any shape, because it is flexible and shock absorbing. Corrugated cardboard sheets are sold in full bundles and are 18 lb test rating. There are many different sizes. "A" flute is standard but B, C, D, and D Flute are available, also. The corrugated cardboard also is available in rolls for handling and distributing ease in packing centers, and to encompass large item wrapping.

Choose Your Bag Sealer

Posted by Mary on 8/18/2013 to News

The Great Cardboard Boat Regatta

Posted by Mary on 8/10/2013 to Did You Know
Cardboard can be used for so many things, check this out.

Information from the Official Website:

How did this fun get started?
     This is the ORIGINAL event featuring cardboard boats. It originated in 1974 at Southern Illinois University. Now Regattas are enjoyed by more than 1,500 participants and more than 100,000 spectators across the USA each summer, and more communities join the Circuit each year. Family fun, community spirit, and creativity are the key words.

The History of Tape

Posted by Carlos on 8/9/2013 to Did You Know
The history of tape began in 1845 when a surgeon, Dr. Horace Day invented adhesive tape that was pressure sensitive and would adhere without adding heat, solvent or water. Tape was developed commercially in the early twentieth century. Read on to learn more about the history of this amazing product!

Use Your UPS Account

Posted by Mary on 7/31/2013 to News
If you spend $50.00 or more on select items, you can use your UPS account to pay for shipping.  Product pages will display the following banner on the listing page when this option is available.   Items include Bag Sealers, Impulse Sealers, Stencil Inks and Paints, Stencil Products, Poly Bags, Ice Bags and more.

All About Shrink Wrap

Posted by Carlos on 7/26/2013 to Did You Know
Shrink wrap is a packaging solution that covers a wide range of products. Trimmed shrink film gets heat which takes the form of the objects exact size. For items that need a tight seal, shrink wrap is good for multi-purpose attachments too. The heat that is applied to the shrink film helps the shrink wrap take the shape of whatever form it is wrapping around.

Why You Need Bin Boxes

Posted by Carlos on 7/5/2013 to Products
Bin boxes come in a variety of styles and are useful in a number of applications. The person or business wishing to stay organized or keep his or her business inventory more manageable will appreciate using different styles of bin boxes.

New Daily Deals at Pack Secure

Posted by Mike on 11/30/2012 to News
New at Pack Secure

Special Offer

Posted by Mike on 11/20/2012 to News
Special Offers **Free Shipping Offer Begins with Orders Placed on or after 9/22/2012

Companies Pick Up Used Packaging, and Recycling’s Cost

Posted by on 9/5/2012 to Did You Know
Brushing your teeth with a yogurt container? Wiping your mouth with a coffee cup?  You might be doing both, as a result of a new trend in recycling, courtesy of the manufacturers who make the original products. A growing number of large food and beverage companies in the United States are assuming the costs of recycling their packaging after consumers are finished with it, a responsibility long imposed on packaged goods companies in Europe and more recently in parts of Asia, Latin America and Canada.

How To Use Shrink Wrap Bags

Posted by Mike on 7/15/2012 to Did You Know
Easy to follow Steps to Shrink Wrapping

AIE Sealers

Posted by Mike on 5/17/2012 to Did You Know

AIE- Sealers  also known as American International Electric manufactur the number one selling sealer in America.


AIE Sealers became number one because of the workmanship that goes into making all AIE Sealers  last long and worry free.

Lower Shipping

Posted by Mike on 2/16/2012 to News
Lowered Shipping cost on Open Top Bin Boxes

New Blog

Posted by Mike on 2/15/2012 to News
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