• More product packaged per pallet.
• Reduces handling and shipping costs.
• Improves load stability.
• Reduces pilferage.
• Reduces damaged from crushing in stacking applications.
• Enables maximum use of warehouse space.
• Reduces damage caused by flexing of long products.
• Helps reduce the amount of corrugated in the package (an example would be to minimize the corrugated package to a top and bottom tray) and reduce overall package costs.