What does kitting mean? Kitting is bundling two or more similar items together to make one ready-made set that’s sold or included as a single item. The kitting process generally uses an assembly line and a variety of pick and pack fulfillment methods. Though the term assembly is often used together with kitting, it has a different purpose. Assembly is when all of the individual items of a kit are arranged and readied for shipment.
Kitting is bundling two or more similar items together to make one ready-made set that’s sold or included as a single item.
Using a partner for kitting and assembly can save your business time and money. Our team will package similar or complementary items together to avoid shipping multiple boxes—saving shipping costs—or repackaging bulk items into individual units.
There are other benefits of kitting, too:
Pack Logix processes custom orders with a low minimum order quantity (MOQ), as low as 1,000 units. This makes our kitting and assembly services an attractive option for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and small businesses alike.
As it gets more complicated to hire in-house, outsourcing kitting and assembly is an ideal way to augment your workforce. You can keep your orders moving without sacrificing quality. Reach out now to learn more about our capabilities.