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Why You Need Kitting in Your Supply Chain

Why you need kitting in your supply chain

What is Kitting?

Kitting is the bundling of components per the Original Equipment Manufacturer's (OEM) specifications into a package to support the production line or aftermarket needs. 

  

Benefits of Kitting

  • Reduced number of SKU's 
  • Improved inventory turns
  • Reduced inventory on hand
  • Improved throughput
  • Custom kits for high-usage components
  • Critical parts availability 
  • Increased customer service
  • Increase ease of ordering

About NewStream Enterprises, LLC

Whether kitting for critical orders, fulfilling your rework needs, shipping direct to customers or supplying your distribution channel, NewStream leverages shared resources to provide cost-effective kitting solutions.

We understand that quality, fill rates and on-time delivery are crucial in today’s economy and we deliver with exceptional performance. 

Cost-Effective Kitting Solutions:

  • Total supply chain management
  • Just-in-time operation
  • Operational flexibility
  • Capacity to handle a wide range of kits - from 10 components to 1,000's
  • Barcoding and labeling to your specifications 
  • Total technology integration
  • Packaging design expertise 
  • Freight management 
  • Full EDI capabilities

 

 

Tagged: Kitting

Oct 10, 2017 8:02:00 AM

Written by Sara Kaderly

Sara Kaderly is currently the Director of Sales and Marketing at NewStream Enterprises, LLC. Sara joined NSE in 2007 as an account manager working in pricing, relationship building and account development. Since then, Kaderly has continued to take on more challenging roles in contract negotiating and the on-boarding of new customers. In 2018, Kaderly took on the role of marketing manager to strengthen NewStream’s marketing efforts as they aligned with sales growth strategies, including inbound marketing and lead generation. In her role, Kaderly is responsible for NewStream’s strategy for growth, diversification and profitability.