SupplyOne packaging management program promises savings guaranteed in writing

SupplyOne’s packaging management program provides a roadmap to improve efficiency, sustainability and cash flow

Newtown Square, PA – SupplyOne, Inc., the largest independent provider of custom and value-added corrugated packaging products, equipment and services in the United States, introduces its Packaging Management Program. The Packaging Management Program, or PMP, simplifies the complexities associated with packaging ownership to reduce the total cost of packaging and contribute to more sustainable operations. The PMP has the unique feature of guaranteeing the client’s savings in writing.

Every packaging management program starts with an assessment. Packaging specialists use a proprietary process to analyze spend, evaluate opportunities to optimize existing packaging, and assess the full scope of the client’s packaging-related operations. The results of the assessment provide customers with a 360-degree view of their packaging spend and predict direct, indirect, and inventory-related savings. The approach successfully reveals hidden costs, waste and non-value added activities that consume valuable resources and inflate the total cost of ownership of packaging.

End-to-end solutions for a streamlined supply chain

SupplyOne’s operating platform includes custom manufacturing capabilities, relationships with over 3,000 suppliers, best-in-class packaging and automation equipment, and a suite of complementary services covering all aspects of ownership of packaging. These capabilities enable packaging specialists to provide objective advice and a comprehensive PMP program tailored to each customer’s unique needs and goals.

Guaranteed savings in writing and path to further improvements

The PMP approach is unlike anything in the industry because SupplyOne guarantees write savings. SupplyOne provides customers with a plan to optimize their packaging operations. Recommendations align with each customer’s unique goals and result in direct, indirect, and inventory-related savings. Then, working closely, SupplyOne implements the plan while the customer remains in control through quarterly reviews detailing savings, improved efficiency and improved working capital.

The customer will receive a check for the difference if the expected savings are not realized. In addition to guaranteed savings, customers benefit from improved efficiency and use of resources, improved operational sustainability and improved cash flow.

Scott R. Banks