Must-Have Tools and Knives for the Outdoor Enthusiast

September 29, 2014

Hunters, campers and outdoor enthusiasts appreciate equipment and tools that help them enjoy the outdoors more fully. Whether its fishing, hunting, or hiking, the following equipment can make great gift ideas that your outdoor enthusiast will look forward to using on the next outing. A cast iron roaster and griddle is ideal for preparing wild […]

Advice and Essential Camping Gear for Beginning Campers

September 26, 2014

If you’re new to camping, it’s is a fun way to get away from it all, but it’s advisable to do your homework before heading out into the great outdoors to ensure a safe and enjoyable time for all. One of the most tempting things to do after purchasing your tenting gear is to try […]

The Essentials of The College Student Tool Box

September 25, 2014

When it comes time to preparing your freshman for college, the list may seem endless–from towels and dishes to furniture and clothes. And you may find yourself returning to the store for items that slipped your mind. Something that may have slipped your mind altogether is a college toolbox. Your budding adult may not be […]

Using a Utility Knife Like a Do-It-Yourselfer Pro

September 24, 2014

For the novice do-it-yourselfer who wants to look like a pro when it comes to handling tools of the trade, a little practice may be in order. The up side is that there are dozens of tools out there to make the job easier. The down side is that there are dozens of tools out […] Offers Enhanced Web Site Experience to Online Customers

September 23, 2014 has launched an upgraded version of web site to improve online shopping experience Muskegon, Michigan, October 27, 2008 –Safecutters, Inc., widely recognized as the go to company for SAFE cutting tools recently announced the launch of an upgraded version of their web site (  E-customers will enjoy the new web site which improves the […]

The Evolution of the Box Cutter

September 22, 2014

For years, the standard box cutter was the go-to instruments for mail and stock rooms, warehouses, distribution centers and the occasional Breaking Bad episode.  However, technology and design have now taken the box cutter (or “safety knife” or “utility knife” or “safety cutter” or any other name you like to use) to a whole new level.  These newer, safer box cutters come with versatile features […]

The Many Forms and Uses of the Box Cutter

September 19, 2014

Safety cutters take many shapes and forms, but they have found a prominent place in almost every workplace. They are known as safety cutter, utility knives, box cutters, hook knives, rotary cutters, blade cutters, and more. Make sure your moving toolkit has a good set of box cutters, as they are an essential resource for good, […]

The History of Today’s Box Opener

September 18, 2014

The original X-Acto knife – one ancestor of today’s box opener – was invented by Polish immigrant Sundel Doniger, but we’d never have known it if his brother-in-law, one Daniel Glück—the father of US Poet Laureate Louise Gluck—hadn’t suggested that hobbyists might find the thin metal box opener useful. (Doniger had hoped to market it to […]

Appropriate Procedures for the Mail Room

September 17, 2014

Mail room supervisors should determine which procedures are appropriate for their company and conduct periodic security reviews of their operation to identify needed improvements. Whether shipping and receiving or mail room employees, safety is also paramount during routine operations as well. The use of correct tools for the job can help eliminate common accidents and injuries. […]

Packing and the Usefulness Moving Boxes

September 16, 2014

It’s important to use new corrugated moving boxes whenever possible. The more times a box is used, the more it loses its original protective qualities. Choose the move boxes’ strength suitable for the contents being shipped. Usually the maximum gross weight is printed on the Box Maker’s Certificate on the bottom flap. For further information on […]

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