The Business Of Amazon Shipping Boxes

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  1. sonal patel

    sonal patelIl y a 3 jours

    Goodness line 👊🏼 Box Rome Help Environment fight 🙌🏽 Kitchen Gloves Tow Hand Good 👋 Plastic Resacal Earth , Massi Time

  2. Alan Taylor

    Alan TaylorIl y a 10 jours

    A lot of those American boxes are made from Canadian trees

  3. Roger Moore

    Roger MooreIl y a 12 jours

    A cardboard box is sequestered carbon dioxide. It also gets recycled back into more cardboard boxes.

  4. Chethan Sagar

    Chethan SagarIl y a 15 jours

    2:20 if you wanna skip to the good bits.

  5. dan112020

    dan112020Il y a 17 jours

    I pray that they are replanting the trees that they are cutting down.

  6. sonal patel

    sonal patelIl y a 18 jours

    🤝 Amazon 🐅 Tiger Goodness Timeline Box Transportation / International

  7. Arash Reza

    Arash RezaIl y a 18 jours

    Tax the richest 1 % by 2 %. Then you have free hospitals and colleges. The Rich Will not even notice it

  8. nstuckey1990

    nstuckey1990Il y a 19 jours

    Before we complained about using too much paper now we are feeling sorry about those companies not having enough business

  9. Some Otherday

    Some OtherdayIl y a 24 jours

    Did Amazon kills malls ?

  10. Panda Reid

    Panda ReidIl y a 28 jours

    Fed x drivers be like oh no

  11. Tyrone Smith

    Tyrone SmithIl y a mois

    Efficiency Timelines and Sustainability

  12. Gtox Gaming

    Gtox GamingIl y a mois

    Absolutely hate the plastic packaging,stuff inside almost always gets damaged also it's not discreet so for example I ordered a fleshlight and if someone touched it they could figure out that there was a fleshlight inside.

  13. dark light

    dark lightIl y a mois

    wow. 15 min video about cardboard

  14. Eddy Edwards

    Eddy EdwardsIl y a mois

    Too bad they don’t use any packing for the inside

  15. Steven Sokulski

    Steven SokulskiIl y a mois

    Did you know that the phrase “begs the question” isn’t interchangeable with “raises the question?”

  16. PearlJammer07

    PearlJammer07Il y a mois

    I worked at Amazon seven years ago for eight months and always wondered where they got they're shipping boxes.

  17. ボロ from EU

    ボロ from EUIl y a mois

    I have never ever, ever bought a single box to package and send sth I sold on ebay, I've always had some boxes I got sth in before saving quite a lot on buying a new box as they can get quite pricey - especially at post office it's like 1-2€.

  18. 99guspuppet

    99guspuppetIl y a 2 mois

    dear amazon please reduce .... reduce .... reduce packaging materials you deliver my purchases in 777PackagingHell

  19. STONEDay

    STONEDayIl y a 2 mois

    One month later and this video is already old as Amazon switching to plastic.

  20. Steve Pettersen

    Steve PettersenIl y a 2 mois

    At 6:20 woman is too lazy to flatten box before putting into recycling bin, at 11:40 man doesn't remove bottle cap. Learn how to recycle, people!

  21. Mile Pavlovic

    Mile PavlovicIl y a 2 mois

    why a person that is overweight can be recognized by their voice?

  22. Dominik Placek

    Dominik PlacekIl y a 2 mois

    Being a postal carrier, I swear half of the big boxes I deliver are filled only with air. Smh.

  23. emm_gee12

    emm_gee12Il y a 2 mois

    If only we could find a way to turn bamboo into cheap efficient and sturdy boxes.

  24. Steed_Digital

    Steed_DigitalIl y a 2 mois

    Amazon doesn't care about the recycling. They're worried about bottom line and it's not going to hurt their bottom line if the people complaining about plastic leave.

  25. Chelsea Althouse

    Chelsea AlthouseIl y a 2 mois

    Why isn't Amazon being held responsible for packaging? They could absolutely take the boxes back. There's no reason to put the burden on the consumer and municipal recycling system.

  26. Badri Narayanan

    Badri NarayananIl y a 2 mois

    All this packaging and the waste generated by shipping is sadly not good for our environment. I hope everyone realizes this and be accountable from their part in respect for the Mother Earth we live on

  27. KJR Channel

    KJR ChannelIl y a 2 mois

    I think Jeff B should be required to take back all shipping materials and reuse them.

  28. Zombie Killa

    Zombie KillaIl y a 2 mois

    nothing changed... 30-50% room waste, when ever i order small things! 1liter bottle in a 5liter box

  29. Orc Computers

    Orc ComputersIl y a 2 mois

    do these idiots relies were paper comes from?

  30. Debkanchan Samadder

    Debkanchan SamadderIl y a 2 mois

    4:48 nice

  31. Gary Yu

    Gary YuIl y a 2 mois

    I googled if amazon plastic mailers are recyclable and this video became next on the autoplay. Thanks big brother Google.

  32. fractal

    fractalIl y a 2 mois

    hemp boxes

  33. Andrew Nuttall

    Andrew NuttallIl y a 2 mois

    Amazon boxes could be carbon negative if they switched to hemp paper.

  34. Peppermint

    PeppermintIl y a 2 mois

    The background music is disrupting

  35. Durahl

    DurahlIl y a 2 mois

    *chuckles* Yesterday I received a DIN-A1 sized Cutting Mat ( www.amazon.de/gp/product/B01N24LMWC/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 ) in an Amazon box large enough to comfortably fit a kid inside.

  36. Николай Помещенко

    Николай ПомещенкоIl y a 3 mois

    So, China has banned the import of recycled paper on time 😂 Poor socialists

  37. Jermaine Harris

    Jermaine HarrisIl y a 3 mois

    They aren't even worrying about the environment

  38. sean bouker

    sean boukerIl y a 3 mois

    I feel like Amazon should have a box/mailer return day where they take back undamaged boxes

  39. GravySauce171

    GravySauce171Il y a 3 mois

    I'm here because i received curtain in a huge box half filled of Plastic bag filled with air.

  40. Jeeto

    JeetoIl y a 3 mois

    12:21 she's wearing a Starbucks apron?

  41. spiralgoddess

    spiralgoddessIl y a 3 mois

    I hate when my Amazon order comes in a plastic envelope. I can recycle, reuse, re-purpose the cardboard box, but the plastic goes in the trash. They even use the plastic pillows instead of the paper now. What will I use for Christmas wrap?

  42. Aaron Lang

    Aaron LangIl y a 3 mois

    I agree the boxes are getting more reasonably sized, and smaller. More "custom" sizes too.

  43. Todd Kelly

    Todd KellyIl y a 3 mois

    How is it possible that this video totally ignored hemp?

  44. Amit Kumar

    Amit KumarIl y a 3 mois

    Their plastic packaging is far from frustration free. I would prefer a boxed package for both ease and impact on ecology

  45. Henry Brimmer

    Henry BrimmerIl y a 3 mois

    Tell be about it! Hate those plastic mailers!

  46. Novaximus

    NovaximusIl y a 3 mois

    Soooo how can I invest? Nothing worst than knowing a good opportunity but not knowing how to get a piece of it.

  47. Clarity

    ClarityIl y a 3 mois

    They think millennials will instagram their amazon boxes if they put minions on them? It's amazing how out of touch from reality advertisers are.

  48. Michael Rada

    Michael RadaIl y a 3 mois

    AMAZON counts to the market leaders. The number of shipments is growing and expected to grow, so is the number of boxes and packaging. To change this and reduce the impact on the environment, the shifting of responsibility (from AMAZON to ITEM SUPPLIER) is not the true solution for within the supply chain the same, or even bigger waste volume would be generated. I have heard several times from AMAZON representatives that cardboard is best, durable solution and can be recycled or reused, but I have not seen any single returnable packaging or even reusable or intentionally repurposable packaging in the whole video. If AMAZON wants to reduce its impact on the environment, it has to start to prevent waste happen. It can be achieved by the reduced volume of shipments and use returnable or reusable packaging delivering the end users the idea of NOT WASTING. If support needed just contact me, for six years I implement the INDUSTRIAL UPCYCLING and INDUSTRY 5.0 in companies, businesses and factories.

  49. moh206cc

    moh206ccIl y a 3 mois

    I am a cat and I approve.

  50. JPD

    JPDIl y a 3 mois

    You sure don't hear those environmentally friendly liberals complaining about all that waste

  51. Paweł Furman

    Paweł FurmanIl y a 3 mois

    Where's Dunder Mifflin Paper Company, Inc.?

  52. ArthursHD

    ArthursHDIl y a 3 mois

    At least Amazon is doing something! Local electronics distributor in Latvia usually ships product in it's original packaging non extra. Amazon and bol.com had unnecessary extra boxes

  53. Art Monkey

    Art MonkeyIl y a 3 mois

    Deforestation

  54. Ash S

    Ash SIl y a 3 mois

    cnbc is only qualified to talk about boxes and lick amazon's boots. thank you corporate mockingbird media.

  55. holdmybeer

    holdmybeerIl y a 3 mois

    i wish they would use less ink. i put inkless cardboard boxes in my garden compost.

  56. Kenneth James

    Kenneth JamesIl y a 3 mois

    Yeahhh, why use recyclable cardboard when you can use plastic?

  57. S Douglas

    S DouglasIl y a 3 mois

    Non-recyclable packaging is wrong.

  58. Endel SMA

    Endel SMAIl y a 3 mois

    There is NO SUCH THING - FREE Shipping! someone somewhere paying for those free shipping. Regular consumers when they are sending packages to their kid in college or grand kids. Retail Shipping went up over 200% because big Shipping companies like UPS, USPS, FedEx bend backward for amazon! Those 2nd day air Prime only cost amazon less than first class postal stamp! soon enough everyone has to work for amazon in return for their foods and housing. the new 21st century of slavery not Amazon 's fault.....it is consumers' fault simply in the name of CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP

  59. Leo Perez

    Leo PerezIl y a 3 mois

    how is plastic better for the environment than paper?

  60. jctoad

    jctoadIl y a 3 mois

    International Paper is a big box store 😜

  61. Nanu Arora

    Nanu AroraIl y a 3 mois

    I am with the environmentalists as in no boxes but it kills the privacy of a person's order. What about that?