A Basic Guide For Shipping Your Luggage
24 June 2015
Traveling has become more expensive in recent years, especially if you have quite a bit of luggage to bring with you. Airlines are now charging for almost every checked bag, both by the number of bags and their weight. Due to increased security, more luggage also equals more time in the terminal building and at security checkpoints. After all of this, you still need to hope your bags make it to your destination at the same time as you.
3 Reasons Why You Should Consider A Thermal Label Printer
15 June 2015
Thermal label printers are a special type of printer that rely on utilizing and controlling heat to force an image to be duplicated onto a label. It doesn't rely on any ink or toner. Instead, it applies heat to a label, which darkens to show the image. There are three main reasons why you should consider using a thermal label printer for shipping, rather than a laser or inkjet printer.
Creative Custom Packaging Can Help A Martial Arts School's Marketing
4 June 2015
A martial arts business should not always focus on just self-defense. Whether your business involves teaching self-protection and/or selling equipment to martial artists, always maintain a serious, dedicated focus on promotions. Think promotions even when it comes out to mailing letters and packages. The right custom packaging with the perfect creative touch could greatly help with marketing the business.
A Simple Photo-Mailing Approach
When adults inquire about signing their children up at a martial arts school, always ask them to leave a mailing address so you can send them updates.
Save Money By Knowing When To Choose FTL Or LTL Freight Delivery
10 April 2015
When you're shipping freight via truck, you typically have two choices – have your freight delivered by a full truckload (FTL) service, or a less than truckload (LTL) service. Some freight delivery companies specialize in one service or the other, but you can also find companies that handle both options. Knowing when to use each method can save your company money on its delivery costs.
When to Use Full Truckload Service