Market Overview Announces Their Donation of High Speed PriorityPak Packaging System to Goodwill Industries of San Francisco


MyBookBuyer completes donation process and send a Sealed Air PriorityPak automated packaging system to Goodwill Industries of San Francisco

San Leandro, CA (PRWEB) October 31, 2012

MyBookBuyer, a leading online textbook buyback company, today announced that they have donated a Sealed Air PriorityPak high speed automated packaging system to Goodwill Industries of San Francisco. Over the years, MyBookBuyer have previously established past affiliations and shown strong support to worthy causes such as Resources Area for Teaching (RAFT), The Salvation Army, Susan G. Kormen for the Cure, The Hope Foundation, Goodwill Industries and many others. This donation continues their company commitment to identify worthwhile organizations and to support them through charitable acts and donations.

The internet book buying company has a long history with Goodwill Industries of San Francisco and Goodwill of Silicon Valley which dates back to 2003. During the course of doing business together over all of these years, the evolution of the book business over the internet has continued to evolve. Conducting business with integrity and transparency is a longstanding company belief that is headed by MyBookBuyer founder Mr. Michael Der, and this sometimes includes sharing resources or proprietary information to adapt to these changes.

“I have always believed that an integral part of maintaining a strong business partnership that can work is by being honest and forthright in your approach”, said Mr. Der. “Our affiliation with Goodwill Industries for all of these years has set a very good example for us to follow. They've demonstrated that making a positive difference is something that is sustainable and mutually beneficial. Their willingness to do such great works continues to be an inspiration, and I could not think of a more worthy recipient for this donation.”

Goodwill Industries International is a household name and a familiar presence in most communities. They accept a wide range of donations and transform them into jobs to support those in need. Their vision is to create a world free of poverty and to empower people to support themselves by breaking down challenging barriers to employment. MyBookBuyer has witnessed their good works of creating jobs, and supporting their mission, through their book donations.
They also recognized that Goodwill Industries of San Francisco have become an established online presence as a reputable internet book seller on and other online markets. Their transition to becoming a high volume online book seller is accompanied by the associated demands the order fulfillment process requires. Using their experience of being in the book business, which spans more than a decade, MyBookBuyer determined that a high speed automated packing system would be a beneficial addition to Goodwill.

The PriorityPak System is an industrial packing system, which will allow Goodwill to securely and efficiently package up to 20 packages a minute. Large in structure at almost 7 feet tall, 10 feet in length, and 4 feet wide, it weighs almost 500 lbs. A manual process of packaging averages about 1-3 packages per minute versus the upgrade of up to 20. The benefits they will receive with the upgrade in production after the new system is implemented are evident.
The original purchase price for the PriorityPak was hefty and retailed right around $97,000. “I truly respect Goodwill Industries for all of their philanthropic deeds and good works, and this my way of giving back,” says Mr. Der.

MyBookBuyer allows anyone with a computer to sell textbooks online for cash. Anyone seeking more information about the company may do so by visiting the company webpage at

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