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Benefits of Electronic Component Kitting

Electronic component kitting is a manufacturing process that refers to the physical act of assembling a production-ready kit of parts and components for delivery to a point of assembly in order to manufacture an electronic device. The use of electronic component kitting allows the assembly line to operate faster and more efficiently. Having kits on hand is a low-cost solution that will reduce the production of the many complexities of production. It can assist you in saving time, organizing your workspace, and freeing up production space.

Sep 30, 2021 2:49 PM Ha Beavers
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What is Kitting in Manufacturing?

In the manufacturing and product distribution industries, parts and components of particular items are in high demand. Due to quick turn-around and short product life cycles, consumers, businesses, and OEMs all require spares, replacements, and new parts. The industrial sector adopted the kitting method to keep up with this expansion. What is kitting in manufacturing, and how can kitting process benefit manufacturing?

Sep 16, 2021 5:21 AM Ha Beavers
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What is Kitting and Assembly?

As a result of all the unpredictable market shifts and the fluctuating demand and supply, many businesses, especially retail businesses and original equipment manufacturers (OEM) have sought new ways to optimize their operations, increase production efficiency, lower costs, and eliminate material waste. Outsourcing order fulfillment services through a 3PL is one of the most popular and efficient solutions. Companies can focus more on their business operations and sales growth by employing a 3PL provider to prepare and ship products to customers. Most retailers and OEMs outsource kitting and/or assembly. They are two distinct services that, in most cases, work together in the order fulfillment process.

Sep 1, 2021 9:50 PM Ha Beavers
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What is the Difference Between a Warehouse and a Distribution Center?

While warehouses and distribution centers may appear similar from the outside, and the terms are frequently used interchangeably when discussing logistics and supply chain management, they operate very differently on the inside. Each is intended to handle distinct objectives, tasks, and responsibilities. It is critical to understand the differences between warehouses and distribution centers to select the best logistics and supply chain solution for your company's needs and achieve your inventory turnover goals. 

Aug 24, 2021 8:45 PM Ha Beavers
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How Does Just-In-Time Delivery Work for Ecommerce?

E-commerce, also known as online retail, has changed the way consumers shop. Despite accounting for just over 13% of global retail sales, e-commerce generated an estimate of $215 billion in the United States. Retail has seen substantial changes because of technological advancements, which have had an impact on e-commerce. As businesses have attempted to accommodate unpredictable fluctuations in supply and demand, such changes have come with the complexity of inventory management connected with e-commerce. Many online retailers have adopted Just-In-Time delivery to optimize inventory management and ensure customer satisfaction.

Aug 17, 2021 5:57 PM Ha Beavers
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