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Why Is Kitting Important for Your Time to Market?

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Efficiency helps lead the way to making more money. Did you know that shipping helps make that pathway? It’s true, automated shipping and kitting helps to regulate and efficiently direct the time-to-market value of products in the retail industry. 

In today’s blog, Complete Packaging Solutions will discuss how automated kitting prevents confusion, allows for more efficient shipping, and reduces labor.

Automated Kitting

Automated kitting is the automation of an inventory technique where singular, related, items are shipped together in one package. 

Prevents Confusion

Automated kitting is a process that takes the thinking aspect out of inventory. While critical in the supply chain, accepting any and all help when beginning the process will only benefit your company. If this process is automated, there is no questioning how and when it will be completed. The more items included in just one package, the fewer items you could potentially lose. 

Efficient Shipping

Logistics companies become overwhelmed too. Automated kitting pushes for all packages to contain as many pieces as possible, which ultimately saves time for your chosen carrier. This also saves your stores and customers time because they spend less time wondering if an item came in.  

Labor Reduction

Automated kitting is a job that can be replaced with something else. By programming equipment to sort items, and ship them automatically, the client spends less time packaging and spends more time on a core business model. 

Relevancy of Kitting

The importance of embracing automated kitting relates to efficiently running a business. Kitting reduces your time to market because we’re experts at doing this. We get your products in the hands of customers faster.

Talk to Complete Packaging Solutions Today

If you have any further inquiry on automated kitting, or want to follow up with us, we’d love to have you! Contact Complete Packaging Solutions today or call (765) 547-1300 for more information on how we can help you.