Warehouse & Logistics

When running a company there are a great number of logistical business decisions you need to make. If you open an e-commerce store, and you deliver your product to someone’s home, what are your transportation options? Do you know what the optimal place is to store your goods? Are you importing from abroad? These are basic questions that have a multitude of answers, each of which may or may not be the most beneficial to you and your business.

Logistics, however complex it may seem, exists to help your business become as efficient, and economical as possible. Understanding the supply chains process is an essential part of this — whether that be through how to utilise packaging when optimising transportation, or learning about your importation responsibilities. The supply chain is a massive channel that feeds into many aspects of your business, so it really is worth getting to grips with how to make it work for you.

To help you in that regard, we’ve produced a series of articles that deal with these questions and processes, and they exist to equip you with the knowledge of how to make your business as productive as possible.


How To: Optimise Your Packaging Processes

optimise a packaging process

In an increasingly competitive market, anything you can do to gain an edge can make a huge difference. That means keeping your prices as low as possible and planning your warehouse procedures and logistics to ensure more of your orders can get processed each shift. In both cases, the packagingRead More

Location, location, location

With over 3800 different packaging products always held in stock, so that we can dispatch your orders out to you the same day you place them, the Davpack warehouse can be a confusing place for the unwary. Admittedly, I’m speaking as a person with less than no sense of direction,Read More

How to get the best out of your heat sealer

When I buy an exciting new piece of technology, I always want to get it out of the box and start playing with it immediately. This has invariably led to complicated errors and system failures that could have been easily avoided by the simple expedient of reading the instructions first.Read More