Plainfield, IL (PRWEB) August 2, 2007
When a company doesn't know whether it will be shipping 100 units or 1 million, it needs an extremely resourceful packaging supplier.
This was the situation facing Project Save Our Soldiers (PSOS) (http://www.projectsaveoursoldiers.org) when they selected Salazar Packaging (http://www.salazarpackaging.com) to develop a packaging strategy and provide all the necessary equipment, supplies and fulfillment for their new product launch.
In a podcast released July 28, 2007, Salazar Packaging's Dennis Salazar speaks with Ken Rayment of Better Process about how his firm is helping PSOS maintain rapid and economical fulfillment regardless of shipping volume. Salazar also discusses trends in packaging important to American manufacturers, and provides background on PSOS, a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting injured American war veterans returning from the Middle East.
Listen to the Dennis Salazar podcast interview at http://betterprocess.libsyn.com/index.php?post_id=239729.
About Salazar Packaging, Inc.
Headquartered near Chicago, IL, Salazar Packaging is a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) specializing in the automation of high volume packaging operations. Its product lines include industrial polyethylene, PVC and polypropylene non-shrinkable films, shrinkable polyolefin films, and high-speed equipment to shrink and seal industrial films of all kinds. Salazar Packaging represents leading industry manufacturers, including Bemis Clysar® shrink film, Autobag® automatic bagging systems and Rennco® vertical bagging equipment.
About Better Process Podcast
Based in Colorado and across the U.S. via Skype, the Better Process Podcast interviews small and mid-sized manufacturing companies, and the companies that service these companies. Shows are free to download from iTunes (search for Better Process Podcast in iTunes music store) and are available most business days. More information on the show can be found at http://www.betterprocess.com. The Better Process Podcast is the voice of the small and mid-sized manufacturing firm.
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