Retail Point of Purchase (POP) Display & Packaging
Project Management and Supply Chain Optimization
Remove the Pain from Your Supply Chain
We will simplify your packaging and display logistics by working with your global suppliers to meet all retail requirements, to ensure colors match and printing is consistent, and to eliminate disruptions.
With extensive experience working with suppliers in China and throughout Asia, we will ship finished packaging and retail point-of-purchase (POP) displays directly to your warehouse, distribution facilities, to your retail customers, or drop ship them to each of your individual retailer or franchisee locations nationwide.
Our project management team works closely with you to ensure on-time production and delivery. Through each stage, we maintain a meticulous attention to detail and quality.
Supply Chain Optimization Examples
Example 1: Contract Manufacturer Management, Color Matching & Quality Control
For another client, we incorporated different packaging materials to support its contract manufacturers throughout China and Taiwan. Their packaging is printed with high-end embellishments and special effects, including matte film lamination with spot gloss UV. Ongoing coordination with their project teams and contract partners ensures the timely availability of replenishment materials.
To ensure colors match on packaging received from different vendors, we review all customer artwork files for consistency in composition,percentage of color and saturation throughout in addition to using state-of-the-art tools available in the printing industry. We also use the latest printing presses and deploy our QC partners on press to validate every run, and we then perform QC on the back-end using color management tools. Even with this effort, we do one more round of QC to catch scuffs and scratches.
Example 2: Multinational Coordination & Drop-Shipping
In a recent example of our supply chain optimization, we managed the first shipment for a client where the packaging was manufactured in China. We then shipped the packaging to Russia for co-packing and then shipped to the US for resale.
To avoid customs hassles and to speed up the process for the second run, we had the cartons produced in the US for the second shipment and drop-shipped them to each location. All of this was done in record time: under three weeks, and the drop-shipping saved them a lot of headache.