Eco Flower Cuts Shipping Labor in Half with Packsize Eco Flower Cuts Shipping Labor in Half with Packsize
Eco Flower Cuts Shipping Labor in Half with Packsize

Salt Lake City—Packsize International announced that home décor and floral e-commerce company Eco Flower has adopted On Demand Packaging® for right-sized, custom box-making. As a fast-growing start-up with triple-digit, month-over-month growth, Eco Flower took proactive steps to increase the efficiency of its packaging process flow. With Packsize, Eco Flower reduced the expense of excess box inventories, warehouse space, and wasteful void fill, and improved the overall financial management of its materials handling and shipping operation.

“Boxes are no longer boring,” said General Manager Jasen Dowdy of Eco PacksizeFlower. “Once our team saw what was possible with the Packsize iQ Fusion® machine, our shipping environment and process flow changed drastically for the better.”

Fast-becoming known for its inventive re-use of bio-degradable and eco-friendly materials in its creation of home décor and floral designs, Eco Flower reevaluated its traditional thinking about packaging. The integration of the Packsize machine got employees and management alike excited about the possibilities.

On Demand Packaging helped Eco Flower follow-through on its concept of environmental sustainability from product design to packaging.

A tremendous advantage for the high-growth company, the integration of the Packsize machine also gave Eco Flower the ability to cut shipping labor in half. Eco Flower put these employees in new positions while at the same time improving overall productivity.

“With the new system in place, we eliminated a lot of wasted money,” said Dowdy. “As a company on the hunt for new and innovative ways to incorporate sustainability, Packsize is the right fit for our mission. Packsize saves us money, but also saves the environment.”