San Leandro, CA (PRWEB) September 01, 2012
Online textbook buyback company, MyBookbuyer, today announced they will donate a Sealed Air PriorityPak high speed automated packaging system to Goodwill Industries of San Francisco. The internet book buying company is certainly no stranger to supporting worthy causes and in the past have provided donations to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the Humane Society of the United States, Toys for Tots, Resources Area for Teaching (RAFT), and many others. In addition to these charitable acts, they have also forged successful business alliances in the past with non-profit organizations such as The Salvation Army, The Hope Foundation and Goodwill Industries.
“Working with Goodwill Industries over the years has always served as a constant reminder for me to never lose focus on the things that are most important,” says MyBookBuyer founder Mr. Michael Der.” They set a very good example for us to follow, with their overwhelming willingness and unfiltered desire to make a positive difference.”
The Goodwill Industries International is best known for their great works in the community by accepting a wide range of donations and transforming them into jobs that support those who need help the most. Their vision is to create a world free of poverty and to empower people to support themselves and their families.
Increasingly, they have done some remarkable good works in creating jobs and supporting their mission through their use of book donations. In recent years, they have established their online presence and have emerged as a reputable internet book seller on some of the largest online markets such as Amazon.com and Alibris.com. Given their increased sales volume and all of the associated demands the order fulfillment process requires with these sales spikes, a high speed automated packing system is in order.
The PriorityPak System is a large, industrial system that is fast and efficient. Standing almost 7 feet tall, 10 feet in length, and 4 feet wide, it weighs close to 500 lbs. It will provide an expeditious way to create a secure product containment package, and the protective packaging system uses an advanced sensor technology, that makes it an adaptable solution for their ever changing volume and various packaging requirements. The biggest benefit Goodwill will realize is with the dramatic increase in productivity. This automated system can at times create up to 20 packages a minute, when compared to 1-3 packages a minute when using a manual method.
“I have a tremendous amount of respect for Goodwill President & CEO Deborah Alvarez-Rodriguez, and greatly admire her philanthropic social works, and this is just my way of trying to contribute,” says Mr. Der.
MyBookBuyer allows anyone with a computer to sell textbooks online for cash. Anyone seeking more information on the causes they support may do so by visiting the company webpage at http://www.mybookbuyer.com.