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04/21/2016
Shorr Packaging Operations Summit 2016 Cincinnati Tour Mike VanZetta

Shorr Packaging was proud to be a Platinum Sponsor of the 2016 Operations Summit at the Duke Energy Center in Cincinnati, Ohio on April 12-14. Shorr displayed the latest in parcel packaging and automation in its booth; hosting dozens of visitors during the popular event...

02/10/2016
How custom packaging helps attract premium e-commerce shoppers.

Shorr Packaging surveyed hundreds of adult e-commerce shoppers representing a cross-section of Americans for our January E-Commerce Packaging Preferences Survey. Our aim was to understand consumer preferences around custom packaging and how shopping frequency and...

01/24/2016
Shorr Packaging Bubble Pop Void Fill Protective

Today is Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day! It's been known to provide countless hours of fun and stress-relief for all ages. In the packaging industry it's become one of the most common forms of cushioning and void fill, protecting fragile or sensitive products and...

01/06/2016

Shorr was mentioned in two separate Wall Street Journal articles recently. Discussions include what happens to returned items sent to large logistics returns centers and the top supply chain and logistics industry news.

11/30/2015
Shorr Packaging Acquires Mack Paper, Expanding Resources for Customers

Shorr Packaging is committed to bringing value to the Rockford market and excited to offer more options of quality packaging products, equipment, and services. Shorr continues to expand and grow to meet the needs of their customers on both localized and national levels...

10/13/2015
E-Commerce Returns Best Practices

Offering free and streamlined returns is in the best interest of e-commerce retailers. It also has a huge impact on the bottom line. Research shows that online retailers offering free returns can expect sales to increase between 58% and 357%.

06/07/2015
The Projected Growth of Freight Truck Traffic 2040

When it was first founded in 1994, Amazon.com was operating out of founder Jeff Bezos’ garage and earning $20,000 per week in sales within two months. Twenty-one years later, Amazon has 154,100 full-time employees and earned nearly $90 billion in revenue in 2014; and...

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