WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Poor unit load wrapping could potentially cost manufacturers approximately $388 million in product damage, says a new study released by Carolina Supply Chain Services, a division of Carolina Logistics Services here, and sponsored by Dow Chemical. Inconsistent application of packaging material and limited and inappropriate use of stabilization devices (dunnage) in trailers are contributing to poor stabilization of unit loads, and may lead to significant product damage as ...

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