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Due to the unprecedented circumstances surrounding the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) crisis, some products supplied by Pollock Orora may not be cancelled or returned. These high-demand products include, but are not limited to, the following: gloves, sanitizers, disinfectant chemicals and wipes. Products ordered now are considered firm commitments to purchase and are considered non-cancellable and non-returnable. Orders cannot be cancelled and the product ordered cannot be returned for any reason other than a manufacturing defect. We will make every attempt to meet your requested needs, both during this crisis and for many years in the future. We appreciate your understanding as we all work to get through these challenging times.

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We’re problem solvers who source, supply and solve the biggest challenges for the people managing the places, maintaining the spaces and shipping the things that make business work. From keeping the workplace clean to stocking business essentials to custom packaging design to shipping products, we’ll roll up our sleeves, learn your needs and put our supply chains, relationships, experience and expertise to work for you. You can count on it.

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Resin Prices Continue to Rise: What You Can Do April 12, 2021

What’s going to go out-of-control in the retail supply chain next? For now, it’s the skyrocketing prices of resin. Each of the five types of commodity resin have had their prices continue to march steadily upward. But this isn’t all driven by COVID. The polar vortex that caused plummeting temperatures in February also played a […]

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How to Deal with Supply Chain Issues Caused by COVID-19 April 5, 2021

Will supply chains be this disrupted ever again? Many lead times have doubled, or even tripled. Right now, there’s an unprecedented shortage of paper for corrugated boxes thanks to the demand explosion in e-commerce. How do you manage the chaos so you come out at least break even, hopefully profitable, and possibly your market’s leader? […]

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E-Commerce Spend May Hit $1 Trillion by 2022: How Do You Get Your Share? April 2, 2021

Adobe just released its Digital Economy Index report. It found that COVID drove an additional $183 billion in e-commerce sales, which was just slightly larger than the $188.2 billion spent by consumers in November and December of 2020. And to put this massive growth in perspective, consumers have spent $121 billion online in January and […]

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