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Fastener Packaging Trends: Solutions for the Bottom Line

Posted August 24, 2016 12:00 AM by SavvyExacta

Lost product, costly materials, inaccuracies, and rising labor costs are among the packaging challenges fastener manufacturers face on a daily basis. There are ways to control these packaging costs and, at the same time, create enough financial flexibility to address other needs within the company.

The solution may be as simple as using different packaging materials or as difficult as abandoning an "old school" way of thinking. Either way, the goal is the same: create a more efficient process without jeopardizing quality.

What type of packaging do you prefer, either as a buyer or seller?

Explore fastening industry packaging challenges and explain how the correct packaging system can save a company tens of thousands, or hundreds of thousands of dollars per year.

Discover the packaging solutions that best address your needs, learn how much those solutions cost, and understand how long they will last. Most importantly, learn how a little forward thinking can improve the bottom line a lot.

Join us for a free webinar! Key takeaways:

  • Learn why automation increases weight/count accuracy
  • Discover the best poly bags to use for fasteners
  • Understand how bagging fasteners makes manufacturing leaner
  • Review case studies that show how automation saves money

Webinar Details:

August 25 - Thursday (also available on-demand for 90 days after the live broadcast)

2:00 PM EDT - 3:00 PM EDT

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