A new clamshell-sealing machine at Gamestop, the world's largest video game and entertainment software retailer, uses ultraviolet light to save energy and labor. GameStop™, the world's largest video game retailer, is a $7 billion company with more than 5,000 stores worldwide. A key feature of its operations is its refurbishment of used games and systems that its stores take as trade-ins when customers buy new systems. The company completely updates these games and systems with new software and components and resells them in its stores. This refurbishment takes place in a section of GameStop's 500,000-sq-ft headquarters and distribution center in Grapevine, TX, near the Dallas/Ft. Worth airport. Click here to read the full article in Packaging Digest magazine.
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