Are you struggling to keep up with your product demand, running out of space at your facility, or are you having a hard time finding a dedicated labor force to complete your production?
You don't have to do it all alone. Let Industrial Packaging handle your packaging needs so you can focus on your core business and meet deadlines!
Jeff | Vice President, Sales, Ampac Enterprises
Lynn Henchey, Director of Supply Chain | HYDE Group, Inc.
Megan Ireland, Director of Program Management | AMI Group
Package your products at a predictable cost you can count on any time one of your goods is produced.
Take your packaging off of your priorities, allowing you to focus on what drives your business.
Get your projects started from scratch quickly and be able to produce items at a high rate of speed.
Free up space at your facility, reduce your delivered product cost, and get your product to market quickly and efficiently, on your terms.
Be confident your products will be well taken care of by a supply chain organization that’s certified through AIB, Pandemic Prepared Certified, SQF, and Sedex.
There are several factors that will determine the final cost of your contract packaging or supply chain project. You can find more details in this article. Factors that contribute to the total cost of your project include quality, run-size, project complexity, and volume.
For scale, you can anticipate anywhere from $0.05 to $0.15 per unit for a high-speed, low-touch filling project. If your project is a heavily manual, bulky, and complex display build project, you can expect upwards of $100 per unit.
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