Insulated Shipping Boxes Labels Branding by Insulpak and LoBoy

Putting Labels on Foam Insulated Shipping Boxes for Building Your Brand

Here’s 4 Profit-Boosting Reasons Why Branding Your Shipping Packages Can Increase Business. Why putting the right label on your insulated shipping boxes is a profitable way to increase brand recognition, promote customer loyalty, and build brand trust. Thousands of companies doing mail-order business use insulated foam coolers and shipping boxes ensure seafood, meats, medicines, and other goods reach customers and clients in excellent condition.

Why Use LoBoy Insulated Shipping Boxes For Mail Order Meat and Seafood

For more than 45 years LoBoy Insulated Foam Shipping Boxes have helped keep meat, seafood, and other perishable products thermally protected during transit.  Mail order meat shippers prefer LoBoy because of our highest-quality manufacturing standards, flexible order logistics, cost effectiveness, and reputation for providing a reliable EPS foam shipping container. The Conecuh® Sausage Company in Evergreen, Alabama makes hickory smoked ham, hickory smoked turkey, hickory smoked bacon, hickory smoked sausage that tastes so good you’ll want to take a picture of your own taste buds to enjoy the memory of the meal you ate. So tasty and popular this brand has become that people from all over the country order …

Quick Quiz – Why Use Foam Shipping Coolers For Meat & Seafood Mail Order Shipments?

We Answer The Question Of Why Mail Order Meat & Seafood Shippers Should Package and Ship Steaks, Chops, Shrimp, Lobster, and Other Temperature-Sensitive Cargo Using Foam Shippers In our most recent web article on insulated shipping boxes as Cold Chain Shipping Solutions, we address the reasons meat and seafood companies offering mail order services find peerless practical value in using EPS foam shipping coolers to ensure customer satisfaction and a healthy bottom line. Mail order meat and seafood shipping involves sending packages to customers by way of high-priority U.S. mail, FedEx, UPS, and other carriers, usually under a 24 to 48 hour in transit window so that there’s less chance …

Keeping Seafood Cold When Shipping Long Distances – Dry Ice Vs. Gel Packs

As To Whether You Should Use Gel Packs or Dry Ice When Shipping Seafood Catches or Purchases… Assuming you’re going to use a foam shipping cooler to ship home your most recent catch from the charter fishing boat or from the great adventure you recently enjoyed at the local seafood store, the one thing you want to make sure of is that your cargo doesn’t go bad on you while in transit.  This means you need to choose the appropriate refrigerant. Did you know that using dry ice is a bad idea in certain seafood shipping scenarios?  What’s more, did you know that using cubed ice could be the worst …