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Read our recent news, packaging tips and advice, case studies, and our customer’s FAQs at Wertheimer Box.
The Coronavirus Pandemic has changed this traditional buying practice that has been a basic principal of our American economy. People are staying home and ordering EVERYTHING online–food, clothes, household goods, and more. As a result, the demand for corrugated boxes has begun to overwhelm the supply chain for manufacturing corrugated boxes. At Wertheimer Box, we have always prided ourselves in getting our customers the corrugated boxes and other packaging they need, when they need them. We are taking every step we can to keep that promise.
Learn the steps in making custom corrugated boxes. Discover the difference between cardboard and corrugate. Account Manager Nick Catino shares insights he learned after making a career change from education to corrugated packaging.
Case Study: See how Wertheimer Box collaborated to modernize a plant and developed regular slotted containers (RSCs) and display shippers with die cut windows.
Wertheimer Box offers the expertise and creativity to design custom POP displays that achieve its customers’ goals: Value, Marketability, and Product Protection. Learn how.
New to your product marketing role? As one of Chicagoland’s most established packaging companies, Wertheimer Box can help you market your new product.
Here are 12 tips for avoiding potholes and pitfalls when creating your retail point-of-purchase (POP) displays. Author Patrick (Pat) Delaney applies nearly 30 years of corrugated packaging and POP experience to help Wertheimer Box Corp customers. See how you can be most successful and sell more products with your next POP display.
Read our FAQs. Are corrugated boxes a type of cardboard box? Can I get the box I need from Wertheimer Box? What are the different types and colors of corrugate? Is my order too small? Too big? Do you make your products in the USA? Are corrugated boxes recyclable? Inquiring minds want to know!
In November Wertheimer Box launched its new website to better serve customers for the next 80 years.
A new retail client wants to move from a local brick and mortar store in Kansas to a nationwide ecommerce site. To do this, he wants high-end branding. What happens next?
A Wertheimer Box visitor discover he needs corrugated boxes by tomorrow morning to keep up with production. What happens next?
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