BoxInBoxOut does a large amount of kitting for our customers. For example, we build tens of thousands of different custom cosmetic kits for one of our customers for special promotions they do with Home Shopping Network.
Many of the items that Box In Box Out receives are not completed products but rather parts or components that must be assembled by BoxInBoxOut, either into a finished product or combined with other components into a kit or package of some sort.
At BoxInBoxOut, contract packaging, otherwise known as kitting, is a specialty. Our approach to the labor-intensive task of collating materials to be distributed for various applications is based on a highly efficient production system that delivers on time, accurate results.
Original components vary widely. They may consist of everything from individual items of skin care or spa treatment products, to furniture and children’s products, from flat boxes and wall art to product literature.
At the heart of BoxInBoxOut’s systematized assembly procedure is our Bill of Procedures document. It specifies every component to be included in the kit or finished product, including the packaging, and reflects its part number. At the appropriate time to pick the parts for assembly, the Bill of Materials functions as the master control to assure accuracy.
While no two kits are alike, at BoxInBoxOut, the common denominator is a thoughtfully organized, tightly-controlled procedure and an enthusiastic assembly team.