The problem of reduced profits can be well solved. If they can solve the problem of reduced profits, their profits can be improved.
Do you know what half of the 1% is? It’s about $1 billion, and the $1 billion loss is due to product damage during transportation. Of that $1 billion, because of the ineffective stretch packaging, it resulted in a $500 million loss. In fact, it’s not worth the loss because of the ineffective stretch packaging. Because of the loss, this causes the load failure to occur. Generally speaking, we all think of failure as the cost of doing business, but we all know that the damage is important. And for the most part, it can be avoided. It’s not like the buyer’s remorse and the product’s frustration.
If the company takes steps — for example, they check for containment — their stretching packaging process can be improved. In fact, they can get at least 50 percent of the payload that is not being stretched. This is a meaningful improvement. So, for most companies, if they can check the strength of the tensile packaging, their product loss can be reduced.
In life, we all know that there are so many things that we can’t control, especially the actions of others, that we are more uncontrollable. Instead, you need to focus on what you can manage. For example, restoring $250 million is one of them, and that’s what you need to focus on.
If which one correct method can reduce the damage is you’re not sure, you need to do is to follow our 10 steps in L the guidelines, in the process of this policy can solve many problems for you. Damage can be greatly reduced if you have more effective stretch wrapping.