Pratt Industries is grateful to our more than 9,000 employees for ensuring the continued production of 100% recycled boxes to meet the needs of our customers each and every day. Our CEO, Brian McPheely said it best, "Our boxes ship key products in the market such as by getting fresh food to citizens, by getting processed food to the all types of stores so people can eat, by getting medicine to the people that really need it; by getting medical supplies to doctors, nurses and responders that will keep our medical workers safe. Well done to all of you great Pratt Industries employees and thank you for your efforts!"
If you need packaging for your essential product, we are here to provide your customized needs.
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With more than 30 years of experience servicing customers in the automotive supply chain, we understand the unique demands and requirements of OEMs, tier 1/2/3 suppliers, and aftermarket parts manufacturers nationwide. Utilizing our extensive network of sheet plants strategically located across the United States, Pratt Industries is able to meet the needs of our customers by offering a variety of custom packaging solutions.
When looking for an established and experienced company to meet your packaging needs, Pratt stands high above the competitors. Our dedication to sustainability and engineering create a product that will exceed your expectations.
52% of customers are likely to make repeat purchases if the retailer provides a unique packaging experience. Using creative inside-the-box print is an opportunity for potential marketing possibilities. Click the link below to see how Pratt Industries can help you create that unique packaging experience while also being sustainable.
Digital printing offers you a professional and cost effective way to brand your packaging without the expense of plates and tooling. Pratt Industries uses top of the line technology to produce some of the highest quality digital print for packaging in the industry. Check out the latest benefits in the world of digital print and see what Pratt Industries has to offer you and your company.
Keeping summer produce fresh from farm to market is a necessity. Pratt understands the importance of ventilation, protection, and water loss reduction. Corrugated fiberboard is a great choice for shipping fresh produce. Take a look at the link below from Pratt for things to keep in mind when shipping your agricultural products.
We've all seen packages sitting on doorsteps and office counters. A delivered package is as good as a word of mouth referral. Here are four ways to make your package stand out and act as a representative for you.
1. Custom printed logo on corrugated boxes.
2. Sealing tape that contains a branded message.
3. Label or sticker on corrugated boxes.
4. Company's logo on the protective void material inside the box.
The ever-changing marketplace may have you planning a rebrand of your company. Keeping a fresh look that appeals to a wide-range of customers is always the goal of any business-owner. Having a logo that stands out from the crowd is key; as is having a logo that is easily recognizable and prevalent. The packaging you select and how you design your rebranded logo to compliment the packaging can have a lasting impact. I'll be happy to help your company make this rebranding transition and work to provide you with packaging that best meets the needs of this rebrand. Check out Pratt's latest on how to use packaging as a branding tool.
Flute sizes determine the thickness of the corrugated wall. Different flute sizes have different functions. Notice the flutes are constructed in an "arch" pattern. Just as engineers use the arch for strength in large construction design, so too is the arch important in the strength of the box. The thickness of the paper used to construct the flute also provides varied strength for your boxes. Product weight, printing substrate, stacking patterns, warehousing, shipping requirements, etc. can impact your flute choice as well. Take a look at Pratt's latest news on the D-flute design and let me know if I can assist you in your flute design and choice: