Production Services

An overview of services we bring to your project.
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Print material design and setup from chipboard to corrugated cardboard

Print production encompasses the entire process of creating printed materials, from design to final output.

Chipboard and corrugated cardboard are commonly used materials, with chipboard being a sturdy choice for packaging and printed materials, while corrugated cardboard is optimal for shipping boxes, product packaging, and point-of-purchase displays.

Both can be cut, printed, folded, and assembled using various techniques, such as offset or digital printing, die-cutting, and folding/gluing.

These materials play a vital role in producing durable and visually appealing printed materials for a range of applications.


Packaging design as well as pick, pack, place and materials procurement

Packaging design is the creation of a product's packaging, considering factors such as nature, audience, and identity to communicate value, improve marketability, and create positive experiences. Design elements include structure, branding, labeling, materials, and sustainability.

Pick, pack, place (or pick and pack) is a process in order fulfillment that involves selecting, packing, and shipping items from a warehouse or distribution center. It includes inventory management, barcode scanning, quality control, labeling, and documentation to ensure accurate and timely order fulfillment.


Manufacturing capabilities through partnerships

"Materials procurement" is the process of acquiring necessary materials and components for manufacturing or packaging products.

This process involves identifying materials, researching markets, evaluating suppliers, negotiating contracts, placing orders, and managing logistics. Effective procurement ensures timely delivery of high-quality materials at competitive prices while considering reliability, sustainability, and cost optimization.

Procurement is crucial for maintaining the supply chain and enabling smooth production and operations.


Logistics and distribution networking.

Logistics manages the flow of goods, services, information, and resources between the origin and consumption points to ensure efficiency.

It includes transportation, warehousing, inventory management, packaging, and more to optimize operations, reduce costs, improve customer satisfaction, and support supply chain management.

Distribution networking designs the strategic arrangement and configuration of facilities, resources, and channels for product or service distribution. Distribution centers, warehouse, transport routes, and intermediaries are designed based on geographic coverage, demand patterns, customer locations, and inventory placement to optimize delivery time, cost, and service levels.

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