Is Packaging Management vital for your Supply Chain?

To face the increasingly-extreme market competition, our customers count now on Packaging Management...

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Posted by Dave Food on Jan 16, 2020 4:28:17 PM
Dave Food

To face the increasingly-extreme market competition, our customers count now on Packaging Management systems across their Supply Chain (SC) as it is one of the significant product promoters granting to improve and significantly boost their productivity. It is a synchronised-system arranging goods for safe, cost-effective, and efficient distribution, and better communication with consumers throughout the SC; it eventually leads to maximising consumer value, sales and enhanced profits.

Customers recognise that packaging is now a vital element lately developed into a mature interaction discipline, resulting on an efficient brand identity.

To reach a successful SC Management, top companies can also benefit from an extensive-reach skilled-asset auditor to gain awareness on their SCs, and for ways to optimise them. Placed across an extensive global network, these auditors, too, carry out personal training to users to supervise every single step the Packaging Management requires to fostering efficient operations, including shipment bookings, ordering, tracking, and billing.

Focus on the data in this system, container location and actions can be fine-tuned at any time in-route, providing customers with clever-adaptable solutions. This safe-predictive software drives substantial savings right through the SC for a more sustainable transportation standard.

Reusable packaging is considered to protect our customers’ product reliability while improving truck loading tariffs, production lines and warehouse storage capacity. The unique value of its solutions is intended for manufacturers to make their SC eco-friendly. For manufacturers, a global network and unmatched knowledge in multimodal resolutions could be a real cornerstone. It is a cross-functional tool since it interacts with different industrial departments like:

  • Logistics requires for easily-handled parcels across all processes and the consumers.
  • Marketing expects attractive containers to take on costumers. Packages which marketers could use to animate potential buyers to buy the product.
  • Production usually needs one size of packaging for all types of products to reduce time and labour budgets.
  • Transportation takes advantage of it for space utilisation, light and fast loading, to avoid damages and wastages.
  • A modern Warehousing supports multi-level stacking to enhance spaces usage, establishing regional warehouses, and the design of auto-check of physical inventory.

Packages have to meet with several objectives, such as:

  • The highest utilisation of warehouse space.
  • Operational efficiency concerning order managing.
  • It looks for the best use of pallet space.
  • An easy-handily shape for workers, customers and buyers.
  • There is a need for suitable material for each parcel, or grouping it in one package, for efficiency reasons.
  • Adequate transport vehicle.
  • The maximum vehicle space utilisation.
  • It requires the minimum, or any, possible damages during operation.
  • Physical protection from temperature, mechanical incidents, compressions.
  • To cope with hygiene standards as a shield from water vapour, dust, oxygen.
  • Information showing how to use, store, recycle, or dispose of the package or product.
  • Electronic devices like tags on packages, to identify the products in real-time, reducing the risk of thefts.

Further comments: Packaging Management is a cross-functional system that drives loyalty to your brand, enhance sales, is time-reduction in all processes, cuts cost, and much more. Appropriate packages can fulfil all these characteristics while also satisfying your consumers' expectancies to experiment with the product.

 

Dave Food

Prophetic Technology

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