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How Maintenance Kits Can Increase Your Aftermarket Parts Sales

How Maintenance Kits Can Increase Your Aftermarket Parts Sales

In the world of product packaging and assembly, kitting takes separate but related items and packages them together under a single part number. This is especially helpful when items are to be used in conjunction with one another, like in the case of preventative maintenance kits. One example might include various types and sizes of filters from several vendors packaged together in a kit for routine maintenance. 

 

Preventative Maintenance Kits

A maintenance kit is a set of replacement parts needed to ensure the operational integrity and longevity of costly equipment. Each piece of equipment has preset maintenance intervals, which occurs after a certain amount of time, use, or mileage has occurred. These maintenance intervals are useful in ensuring that the maintenance kits are installed in a timely manner, and, thus, downtime caused by mechanical failure is minimized. Businesses may order maintenance kits for their own equipment in regularly scheduled intervals to save both time and money. For the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), implementing a preventative maintenance kitting program for its end users will provide a steady stream of cash and an increase in aftermarket part sales.

 

Kitting Warehouse Partnerships

Here at NewStream Enterprises, LLC, we can create custom packaged parts kits for any number of applications. Our capacity and scope are such that maintenance or remanufacture kits arrive at facilities complete, accurate, and ready to install. Our rebuild and maintenance kitting services offer a complete solution that ensures every component is delivered together while eliminating the hassle of ordering through multiple dealerships or manufacturers. 

 

NewStream Custom Kitting Capabilities Also Include:

  • Custom engine components and spare parts kitting
  • Consignment and procurement kitting
  • Total supply chain management
  • Support of just-in-time operations
  • Operational flexibility
  • Capacity to handle a wide range of kits, from ten components to thousands
  • Barcoding and labeling to your specifications
  • Total technology integration
  • Packaging design expertise
  • Strategically located
  • Ability to ship product to thousands of distribution points
  • Full EDI capabilities

 

Tagged: Kitting

Mar 27, 2020 12:00:00 PM