The kitting process involves workers bundling two or more similar items to create one ready-to-ship kit sold as a single item. Unlike assembled products, the items in kits are put together by the consumer. Examples of products frequently packaged in kits include cosmetics, subscription boxes, direct mail kits, and furniture.
Kitting is often used to make inventory management more straightforward and cost-effective.
Outsourcing kitting and assembly to a third-party provider like us can help free up more time and resources, plus deliver faster service to your valued customers so that you can focus on your core business.