When contracting with the Government, you can manufacture your product perfectly; but if the labels are on the wrong place and/or the packaging techniques and materials used are not to specification . . .Read more
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Where to find a Mil-Spec Supplier? On-Site Packing Services? Aren’t sure? Don’t be afraid to ask. There are a lot of export packaging terms and even industry leaders who move roles or organizations can find themselves relearning, well, the ABCs of ABC.
Below, we’ve gathered the most useful terms and deleted the obvious ones. Think of it as a quick-reference checklist for when you receive a head-scratcher of an email from your customer.
When’s the last time you shipped an item and it arrived dented, scratched, or otherwise damaged? It’s not a common occurrence, but it’s frustrating when it does happen. However, it can be more than irritating when that damage happens to a large product or piece of equipment. Shipping damage to a large or heavy item can have serious financial consequences.
Foreign markets present a double-edged sword for today’s manufacturers. On one hand, they represent untapped potential and an opportunity to grow sales and expand your market. On the other hand, they present a complex challenge. Exporting product and materials to a foreign market is no small feat. There are logistical hurdles, packaging issues, and plenty of regulatory red tape. Without the right knowledge or experience, you could encounter shipping delays, customs problems, damaged product, or more.