Cleveland repacking & coding

Cleveland Repacking & Coding Services Benefit Warehousing Customers

Each day, billions of packages are prepared and shipped from production plants, over seas and skies, through warehousing, distribution and processing centers and on to their final destinations. For those that cycle through our Northeast Ohio warehouse and distribution center, businesses and their clientele benefit from our expert Cleveland repacking & coding services.

Repacking is a value-added service that allows the contents of packages to be changed or reconfigured so that the end result meets customer expectations. Some examples of repacking goals:

  • To repack a product into your company’s personally-branded packaging, as opposed to sending it in the manufacturer’s packaging.
  • To make adjustments based on unique customer requests.
  • To make a change to any pre-assembled kits.

According to Packaging Digest, the cost of repacking services globally is expected to reach $50 billion by next year. Wrapped up in these expenses are labor, returns, materials, transport and shipping.

Many 3PL warehousing and distribution centers offer some type of repacking, but not all promise the same quality assurance guarantee as the repacking professionals at On Time Delivery & Warehouse. In addition to repacking, we use specialized electronic coding equipment to place product information directly onto the product/packages. Such labeling can include clear sell-by and expiration dates, which must be both clear and readable.

How Cleveland Repacking & Coding Can Reduce Warehouse Costs & Inventory Losses

Supply chain managers have the ultimate goal of developing, implementing, and monitoring the timely receiving, storage, transport, and distribution of products for shipping. This means we must have effective planning strategies for packing and repacking goods, reducing damage risks and avoiding additional costs.

Specialized internal and external packaging can protect the integrity of a product as it continues to move through the distribution chain.