The best Supply Chain and Logistics managers know that packaging is part of the cost of goods, but so often are not able to assert change to the packaging designs to improve the product margin. However, Supply Chain Managers are positioned to examine all the packaging costs and direct changes that do reduce cost and improve margin.
To find out more about how you can control and reduce packaging costs as a Supply Chain Manager, download the free short guide below. You'll learn...
- The Five Primary Functions of Packaging
- Seven Steps to Reduce Packaging Costs:
Step 1: Define Your Requirements – Five Groups of Questions to Ask
Step 2: Optimize for Cost Reduction – Choose Your Options
Step 3: Determine Necessary and Unnecessary Costs
Step 4: Consider the Impact of Volume
Step 5: Test the Product AND the Packaging
Step 6: Calculate Lean vs. Volume Discounts
Step 7: Consolidate Packaging Across the Product Mix
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