A manufacturing process whereby components are assembled according to specific orders or to fill a stock level.
The delivery of finished goods.
A supply chain management technique where the retailer does not keep goods in stock but instead orders are shipped directly to the consumer.
The process of taking an order and executing it by making it ready for delivery to its intended customer. It may involve warehouse pickup, packaging, labeling, etc.
When a label is applied to any surface of a product either by hand or automated. Relabeling would be to replace and put on a new label.
Pick and Pack Operations
Processing small to large quantities of a product and disassembling them, picking the relevant product for each destination, repackaging these items and shipping them.
Resize and repack products into a new package.
A unit assembled separately but designed to fit with other units in a manufactured product.
An arrangement in which a company processes raw materials or semi-finished goods for another company.
The process in which a company obtains all the components needed to manufacture a final product for another company.