When you begin a packaging job, you know how much each piece “should” cost you and what your margins “should” be. At the end of the run, after all the labor has been employed, the materials have been used, and the time to correct problems has passed, you take a look to make sure you costed the job correctly. How many times are you surprised at the outcome? More often than not, what you end up spending is a lot more than you projected..
American Institute of Baking Audits Industrial Packaging Industrial Packaging had an unannounced AIB (American Institute of Baking) audit in March of 2014 at one of our contract packaging facilities located in Leominster, MA. AIB is an industry leader in food safety and food defense audits.
Next time you are out getting something for work or home, make it a point to notice the product displays that are seperate from the shelves. The goal of these are to catch your eye and hopefully sway your purchasing decisions. There is always a product on display at the front of an aisle aimed at drawing your attention and aiding in your purchasing decision via promotion or sale. A point-of-purchase display or an end cap will help the consumer gather a better understanding of how your products work and what they are. These are the best ways to get your potential customer's to notice and purchase your product, and have been since product advertising began!