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Assembly and Pallet Displays
To some, assembly simply means "loading a display". To us at Wepackit, assembly and pallet display packaing could mean "bolt part A to part B with the #3 bolt." In other words, we can assist with partial as well as complete product assembly. We also provide Kit packaging Services. Kit packaging involves assembling several different finished items into a carton or "kit" for distribution. Once again this Assembly and Pallet display packaing is a service that when linked with our conveyor systems, collating equipment and our personnel, we excel at.
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BLISTER PACKAGING - A packaging technique, which involves the heat seal of a rigid, thermoformed outer shell, which houses a product, to a coated back card. A method commonly used for retail items contract packaging.
BUNDLE WRAPPING - a very popular method of packaging heavier items such as cases on juice, vegetables, soda, etc. The film is cut to size and is shrunk around product leaving a bulls eye at each end of the package. This works great with high volume orders,contract packaging
CLAMSHELL - a custom thermoformed PVC tray that is typically designed with 2 halves connected with a hinge. A more expensive option, this package is selected by companies who have a heavy or expensive retail item that requires tamper proof protection. These packages can be designed with a hang hole or with afoot, for a stand alone option for contract packaging.
CLUB STORE PACKAGING - normally pallets of product packaged to conform to Club Store requirements. Alot of Club Store packaging consist of volume buys or variety type packaging.
COLLATING - the assembly or sorting of many different items in a prespecified order or arrangement, contract packaging
CONTRACT ASSEMBLY - a term referring to a service that specializes in the assembly of a product through the use of manual labor, fixturing or automation, contract packaging
CONTRACT PACKAGING - a general term referring to a service that is performed on a product utilizing various assembly and / or packaging techniques intended for the enhancement of a product, contract packaging
CONTRACT SUPPLIER - a source that performs a manufacturing service for a customer, for
CONTRACT WAREHOUSING - a term referring to a service that specializes in material handling, storage, inventory control and distribution of a companies product or products, for contract packaging
DIRECT MAIL - this service provides clients with a mail merge solution by down loading names and addresses from disk onto label format, which is then in return used for solicitation. Labels can be applied and shipped if needed, contract packaging
FIN SEAL PACKAGING - or also known as Horizontal Wrapping. This type of packaging is very well known and very popular. You would find this packaging on a candy bar, two pack of cookies, etc. This can be done with foil packaging or plain film, contract packaging.
FULFILLMENT - the overall logistics associated with a product or products including but not limited to material handling, collation, incoming inspection, order processing & tracking, inventory control, warehousing, assembly and / or transportation.
HAND ASSEMBLY - tasks that are completed by human hands or manual labor, for contract packaging
HEAT SEALING - a process by which heat is introduced to 2 substrates to seal them together. Heat sealing is a generic term and is part of many packaging processes, but it mainly refers to the closure of polybags, for contract packaging
LABELING - a process in which a label is applied to a product, manually or automated on any surface needed, for contract packaging
OUTSOURCING - the act of physically sending out a product to a contract supplier for assembly, packaging or manufacturing.
P.O.P DISPLAY - an acronym for Point of Purchase, this is a merchandiser which holds multiple items in a free standing display which can be found in an aisle or endcap in a retail establishment. These are typically designed and made out of corrugated material, for contract packaging.
PACK OUT - this method and quantity is associated with the last step in handling a product that needs to be shipped out.
PICK & PACK - this is part of the order fulfillment process which includes the physical locating orpicking of a part out of inventory, and then packing the part into a box for shipment.
POLYBAGGING - the placement of a product or products into a polybag and then heat sealing the bag closed, for contract packaging
RELABELING - this is a task that may include either applying a label over an existing label, removing an existing label prior to applying a new label or just applying a label to an original product or box.
REPACKAGING - redoing or undoing an existing type of packaging to reflect new standards.
SECONDARY OPERATION - a manufacturing step that comes after the initial process because it cannot be donein line or simultaneously, for contract packaging
SHRINK WRAPPING - probably the most common of all packaging methods, shrink wrapping is accomplished by trimming a piece of shrinkable film around an object, and then sending it through a heattunnel whichshrinks the film to conform to the exact size of an outer box or product. This is a tamper resistant covering that is very common at the retail level on products such as gift sets, software, and games, to name a few. The gloss effect created by the film tends to give a product or box a richer appearance, for contract packaging.
SKIN PACKAGING - a packaging technique whereby a film is sucked down over a product and onto a preprintedskin card. As heat is introduced, the adhesive coating on the card and the Surlyn film adhere together. This is an attractive packaging option and is preferred for retail because the product is displayed clearly yet is protected by the transparent covering. It is a cost effective solution for higher volume runs.
SORTING - the separation of good versus bad usually accomplishes through visual inspection for contract packaging.
STRETCH PACKAGING - a packaging technique that allows a product to be encapsulated between 2 halves of a hinged header card, with a Surlyn or clear film which is part of the card but acts as a window for the item. Following the heat sealing of the outer card together, the film in the window is then heated and then shrinks around the geometry of an item. This method is a combination of blister, skin, clamshell and shrink wrapping. It is an attractive option, but more expensive than some of the other methods. Batteries and Pharmaceuticals are commonly stretch packaged for contract packaging
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