How to: Keep Your Kid’s Chore Schedule Organized

May 25th, 2016

Isn’t it convenient how children seem to “forget” to do their chores on the days they need to be done? Make sure that can’t be an excuse any longer by displaying their chore schedule in one of C-Line’s Super Heavyweight Plus Reusable Dry Erase Pockets.

This product holds up to 9” x 12” sheets and the dry erase technology makes it very versatile in its application. These pockets come in a variety of colors and the dry erase feature saves paper and time when it comes to creating new chore schedules every week.

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Tip of the Month: Security Wristbands are Not Just for Security

May 18th, 2016

Whether you’ve got a VIP ticket to your favorite concert or bought the “All-You-Can Ride” pass at a carnival, odds are you received a security band to identify who you are. C-Line’s DuPont Tyvek Security Wristbands have a strong peel-off adhesive liner providing a secure fit when attached to the other side of the wristband, making it perfect for visitor and crowd control.

This product can be used for more than security purposes. One unique way to utilize the Tyvek Wristband is to attach it to a child’s backpack to help identify it from other students.

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Product Sighting: Factory Requires Visitor Badges During C-Line Staff Visit

April 20th, 2016

Sometimes visiting with other companies can give ideas on how you can change your operation standards in your business. Recently, several individuals from my company went to visit another company in order to learn how they operate everything from their plant to their shipping department.

Upon entering the building, each C-Line staff member was required to provide a photo ID for verification and sign the guest log book. The receptionist instructed everyone to sign the log and take the visitor badge.
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How to Notify Employees of Daily Assignments and Goals

April 13th, 2016

It is not uncommon for employees that work in factories to have varying jobs on a weekly or monthly basis. Sometimes it may change what machines a company is running or what project they are currently working on.

Communicating with employees is essential to promote productivity in the workplace. Here is how we suggest using the No-Hole Sheet Protector to make employer/staff member communication seamless.

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Q and A: Communicating Safety Policies to Staff

April 6th, 2016

Often times, our customers look to us to make suggestions on how to use our items. Whether they need help for a particular situation or just want more information on how to best use a product, we at C-Line are happy to guide them in the right direction!

Here is a recent question we received from a customer.

Question:

In my workplace, there are numerous machines that people operate and run, in addition to a wide range of dangerous chemicals and materials. Safety is a huge focus for us as in employer because there is potential for employees to get hurt if they do not practice proper safety etiquette. How can way keep employees aware of safety practices while still motivating them to stay alert on the job?

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Unique File Jackets have World’s First Built-In Erasing System

April 1st, 2016

When it comes to innovation, look no further than C-Line’s marketing and product development department. Every year they continue to come up with some of the best and brightest items available.

Remember the Write-On, Snap-Off Dry Erase Pockets from last year? Well, as unlikely as it would seem, C-Line has pushed the envelope even further by developing the world’s first built-in erasing system inside the Write-On Poly File Jackets.

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Tip of the Month: Organizing Documents in Rough “Office” Environments

March 24th, 2016

At C-Line, we try to offer ways for you to get organized at home and at the office. For some individuals, their office may be in a factory or other industrial setting. Protecting paperwork is important in these environments because documents are even more at risk to be damaged.

Even though a factory may not be a typical office setting, employees still handle paperwork and important documents that need to be protected from the conditions of an industrial setting. When it comes to document protection, C-Line’s Shop Ticket Holders are often the only route to take to ensure pages do not get damaged.

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Product Sighting: Hotel Creates Info Book with Shop Ticket Holders

January 27th, 2016

At C-Line, we love to see how our products are being used. Customers will send us pictures of our items, and it is fun to see all the different, creative ways that they can be used.

This past weekend I had the opportunity to have a product sighting moment in person! While traveling for a long week with my family, I was inspecting the hotel’s information binder located in our room. After scanning through the pages, I noticed that the thick holders the documents were stored in were C-Line’s Super Heavyweight Vinyl Sheet Protectors.

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How to Organize Your Move with Name Badges

January 20th, 2016

Moving can be hectic and requires a lot of time and energy to be spent on everything from carefully packing valuables to coordinating the entire move. Whether you have hired movers or plan to do the heavy lifting on your own, C-Line has a valuable tool that needs to be included in your moving process.

Self-Adhesive Border Badges are typically used to identify attendees at parties, corporate events and other occasions. The badges will be utilized to organize moving boxes by helping to notify movers that boxes are fragile, while also letting them know where each one goes.

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Q and A: Organizing Home Manuals and Warranty Info

January 13th, 2016

Often times, our customers look to us to make suggestions on how to use our items. Whether they need help for a particular situation or just want more information on how to best use a product, we at C-Line are happy to guide them in the right direction!

Here is a recent question we received from a customer.

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