Kitting and Assembly
An Economical & Accurate Kitting and Assembly Process That Add Value to Your Product line
Our kitting and assembly services make it simple to sell personalized products. Our method of combining individual items or components to create a new product or bundle that
can be sold based on your specific requirements. Our knowledgeable staff will create a custom solution for your product kitting and assembly so that you pay the least amount of money.
Picking and packing individual items, creating sub-assemblies, and finally assembling the final product are all possible stages in this process.
The process of combining individual items or components to create a new product or bundle that can be sold or used for a specific purpose is known as kitting and assembly solution. As a good 3PL service provider, GPW offers kitting and light assembly within well-organized and efficient processes to ensure that the final product is accurate, cost effective, and meets your customer’s specific needs.
Receiving and inventory management, Picking and packing, Assembly with new SKUs, and Quality control and inspection are all part of our five-step kitting and assembly process: Throughout the process, our QA and QC team conducts thorough quality control checks to ensure that the final product meets the customer’s specifications and is of high quality. Shipping and tracking: The final step is to package and ship the final product to the customer, while also providing tracking information to ensure a smooth delivery process.
Kitting and assembly are a process that involves the combination of individual items or components to create a new product or bundle that can be sold or used for a specific purpose. As a good 3PL service provider, GPW offers kitting and light assembly within place well-organized and efficient processes to ensure that the final product is accurate, cost effective, and meets the specific needs of your customer.
Our Five-step process for kitting and assembly involves Receiving and inventory management, Picking and packing, Assembly with a new SKUs and Quality control and inspection: Our QA and QC team perform thorough quality control checks throughout the process to ensure that the final product meets the customer’s specifications and is of high quality. Shipping and tracking: The last step is a package and ship the final product to customer, providing tracking information to the customer to ensure a smooth delivery process.
Reduce your Packaging Costs
A good 3PL service provider that offers kitting and assembly should have experienced staff, advanced technology, and flexible processes that can be customized to meet the specific needs with reduced package cost without compromise the quality and safety of packed item.
GPW offers all By offering high-quality kitting and assembly services above, we can help your eCommerce businesses streamline their operations and deliver a better customer experience.
How to Save On Shipping
“Yes, consolidating multiple items into a single package can often result in significant cost savings when shipping oversized or lightweight items, particularly when DIM weight pricing is used to calculate shipping charges”
Our knowledgeable staff will assist you in identifying areas where shipping costs might be reduced. If, for example, each of the five items is packaged separately and the order is broken up into five separate shipments, we would combine the shipments and ship them in a single box. We can fit all of them inside a single box made for that purpose. When you reduce the amount of cardboard used to box your purchase, you not only save money on packaging materials but also on shipping costs. Shipping expenses can be reduced significantly using kitting.
Certainly, when shipping many lightweight or big items, merging them into a single package can often result in significant cost savings, especially when DIM weight pricing is employed to compute shipping expenses.
For determining shipping costs, DIM weight pricing considers both the package’s weight and its volume; in some situations, the volume of a package will result in a greater shipping cost than the box’s actual weight. If you have multiple items that are either too large or too light, shipping them all separately may end up costing more than you expected.
Shipping costs can be reduced due to a lower DIM weight when many items are combined into a single package, which is typically possible. This tactic can help companies save money on shipping costs and boost profits, especially if they regularly send bulky or light commodities.
It’s important to remember, though, that bundling everything together might not always be the best option. The shipping carrier may have size or weight constraints that must be considered, as well as the fragility of the objects being delivered. In addition, you must take extra precautions to ensure that your combined shipment arrives in one piece.