Are you local business in South Florida? If so, we offer free delivery to your commercial business with a minimum of $250.00. We deliver daily into Dade and Broward and most parts of Palm Beach County. We deliver to Wellington, Royal Palm and Loxahatchee every other day. Please inquire when placing an order about these particular areas. Our trucks will not deliver to residential locations. We will make 2 attempts to deliver to your commercial location. If you requested a 3rd attempt, to cover the cost of transportation expenses we will require a $50.00 re-delivery fee. Company and LTL drivers can only deliver to ground floor commercial locations.
For orders over $250 we offer free shipping to business addresses in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties only.
For orders over $750 we offer free shipping to business addresses the State of Florida
Must be a business address
No inside deliveries
MRBOXonline.com will ship same day if the order is received by 3 p.m EST. We do not ship on Saturday, Sunday or holidays. Please allow additional 24 to 48 hours for weekend orders. We ship from 2 distributions points. Our primary shipping location is in Sunrise, Florida USA 33351. Items not in-stock in South Florida will ship from our Elgin warehouse near the city of Chicago.
MrBoxOnline is a division of A&M Tape & Packaging-Celebrating our 41st year!
Showroom hours: Monday-Friday 8:30-11:45 AM - 12:30-4:00 PM Are you interested in customizing your brown or white shipping boxes with logos or text? We do that! Call, email or drop by our showroom!
Your holiday package is just one in a billion! FedEx expects to deliver 317 million packages and UPS expects to deliver more than 700 million packages this holiday season. That means your package will be scanned, sorted, stacked, transported, tossed, and restacked with about a billion other packages in all kinds of crazy winter weather before it finally lands on someone’s doorstep or place of business.
Keep this in mind, whether you’re preparing a shipment for a customer’s online order or for a family member’s favorite tin of brownies. Your packages need to arrive on time, but they also need to arrive in one piece. READ MORE
November 18, 2016
What’s on your holiday shipment box?
Year-round we tell customers to think outside the box for shipment packaging. Pay attention to when customers most often purchase products and then customize their shipment box to make a bigger impact. For many customers, that time is right now, in the weeks leading up to the Christmas holiday and New Year.
This season, UPS expects to deliver more than 700 million packages and eMarketer projects more than $94 billion in e-commerce sales. So we’re asking our customers, and we’re asking you, “What’s on your holiday shipment box?”
If your shipment box is worthy of an ‘unboxing’ experience – a term used to describe taking something out of a box – then you’re all set. Check out our holiday packaging checklist instead. But if you’re still slapping a label on a brown cardboard box, then read on. READ MORE
October 17, 2016
Think Outside the Box for DIY Halloween costumes!
Halloween is just a few weeks away and we’re thinking outside the box for some fun, green, affordable ideas for Halloween costumes. All you need is cardboard, duct tape, and bubble wrap – three of our favorite and most popular products at MRBOXonline. And yes, we even have PINK bubble wrap! Keep that in mind as you gather supplies for that perfect tutu!
Do a little digging, and chances are you’ll find these supplies tucked away in your garage. If not, they’re affordable and easy to find at MRBOXonline. Then, grab the kids and get creative; there’s nothing better than some good clean fun while making great big mess. Scroll down for some fun, affordable, whacky – and green! – ideas for Halloween costumes made of cardboard, duct tape, and bubble wrap. READ MORE
September 15, 2016
How many cardboard boxes does Amazon ship each day?
We don’t know. But according to a report released by Sanford C. Bernstein, Amazon ships an average of 608 million packages each year, which equates to (an estimated) 1,600,000 packages a day. That’s a lot of cardboard, even when we consider some of the packaging used may be padded envelopes.
Life is easier, but perhaps less ‘green,’ thanks to e-commerce
We can purchase televisions, pencils, cotton balls, office supplies, sports equipment, even a week’s worth of dinner and have them all delivered to our front door. It’s not unusual for sales people at the brick-and-mortar retailers to direct customers to ‘go home and order it online’ when what they’re looking for isn’t in stock.
Each delivery (and return) impacts our carbon footprint, and whether it’s a positive or negative impact is still being debated. READ MORE