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.

Also, due to raw material shortages, labor shortages, SKU reductions and transportation issues in the market, LTL and Ground Freight transit times may be extended.

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5 Ways to Avoid Coworker Turnover in the Retail Industry August 7, 2022

According to the 2021 Bureau of Labor Statics report, co-worker turnover rate across industries is a dismal 57%. Retail, unfortunately, is even more abysmal, hovering between 60% and 65%. How can you create excitement in your co-workers about their jobs and motivate them to meet customer needs every day? Pollock Orora has a handful of […]

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What’s Causing All These Supply Chain Issues? August 1, 2022

A cascade of events has created a worldwide calamity in the access and shipment of goods as we collectively grapple with a supply chain containing several broken links. A survey from fall 2021 stated that 91% of shoppers consider the supply chain before deciding on a purchase. Pollock Orora brings you the rundown of where […]

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How to Manage Higher Customer Service Call Volumes July 26, 2022

Call volumes have increased significantly in several sectors over the past few years, but how is “high call volume” defined? For a large business, a 10% or greater increase in calls lasting in excess of 2-3 weeks is considered a high call volume. Smaller businesses may experience a greater increase, depending on the number of […]

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