Release liners are being used in so many different products and often we are asked – “what exactly do you make”. As a supplier in this industry, over the years the best answer I have come up with is – we sell Performance. Continue reading Release Liners: Not just trash you throw away (Part I & II)
New Survey from Two Sides
A study that has just come out in June of 2015 is stating something we all pretty much know and feel everyday – we prefer to read something from a piece of paper versus reading on a screen. Two Sides is a global organization created to promote the responsible production, use and sustainability of print paper. Continue reading Consumers Prefer Reading From Paper versus a Screen
Cheever Specialty Products changes name to Cheever Specialty Paper & Film to better align with their current Branding and Marketing strategy around Specialty Paper and Film products. Continue reading Cheever Specialty Products is now – Cheever Specialty Paper & Film
What is Corona treated films? What and where do you use this process and what are the markets this shows up in. Will try and take a high level view of what the Corona treatment process is, its benefits and the products that take advantage of this. Continue reading Why Corona Treated Films Act Differently
Understanding Your Inventory Holding Cost
Over 90% of the time when working with our customers, the concern around how to handle Inventory is often spoken about at the last minute before things are final. We have found Inventory Holding Costs are misunderstood by a wide margin in a lot of the Paper industry. Continue reading Costs Of Holding Inventory In The Paper Industry
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Company with over seventy-five years in the specialty paper and film industry updates its brand identity and a new website to help inform businesses about the use and benefits of specialty paper. Continue reading Refreshes Company Brand & Website
Customer Inventory Holding Program Unveiled By Cheever Specialty Paper & Film
Company with over seventy-five years in the specialty paper and film industry announces its new customer inventory program named Customer Holding Inventory Program Service, CHIPS. CHIPS helps customers reduce or even eliminate inventory holding cost, thereby driving
down operational costs, improving customer service
and increasing profitability.
WAKEFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS (PRWEB) March 15, 2016
Cheever Specialty Paper & Film, Inc. a provider of specialty paper, film, and tape products to the U.S. and international markets is now offering a new customer inventory management program. In an effort to help customers reduce or eliminate their inventory holding cost Cheever launched CHIPS, which stands for Customer Hold Inventory Program Service. Jeff Ell, President, and Owner of Cheever said that in keeping with the company’s guarantee to offering the highest quality products and customer service CHIPS is an essential service benefit to offer their customers. Continue reading Inventory Management Press Release
I’m a big fan of Inc. magazine, being a small business there is some good information that I manage to pull from the issue every month. An article just posted in the recent issue, talks about the increase of the use of Notebooks – yes folks Notebooks. Continue reading An 844% Increase in Notebook Usage
One of the most popular forms of packaging for food items are returnable plastic containers or RPCs. They are widely used in the food industry because the plastic used to make these containers creates a durable packaging option that can be used multiple times, while keeping the food items inside fresh. Recently new scientific research has been done that shows evidence that a better packaging option to keep food fresh is corrugated packaging. The findings from this study could lead to a shift in the packaging of choice for food storage and shipment.
A research study conducted by a research team at the University of Bologna’s Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences, and published in Frontiers in Microbiology, had results which showed corrugated containers keep fruit and vegetables fresh up to three days longer than RPCs. The study showed that bacteria or microorganisms would get trapped in the paper fibers and die due to lack of water and nutrients. Without the corrugated material to trap them, bacteria would survive much longer on plastic surfaces. The goal of this study was to study microorganisms that could cause foodborne illness and see how they reacted when exposed to both plastic and corrugate packaging materials. While the study was carried out with both materials under the same environmental and correct storage conditions, it was clear that the corrugated packaging material was able to stop bacteria and keep food fresher longer.
At Cheever Specialty Paper & Film we strive to satisfy our customers by exceeding to meet their needs and expectations. We offer numerous commercial packaging supplies including items such as bubble wrap, stretch film, dispensers and tape among many other products. Our team will work with you to put together a full packaging solution that will meet your needs and fit your budget. Contact us for more information on who we can help you with all of your packaging needs.