Precision Machining Kits / Shipments

PnJ Machining is fluent in the creation shipping kits or groupings of parts to fit our customers' needs for contract and sub-contracted machining. This process can be accomplished in several ways according to customer demands.

Currently, we ship many kits of identical parts on a monthly basis to our customers. One particular kit is composed of 30 to 80 inch extruded parts in shipment quantities of in excess of 30 to 40 products. These kits are shipped in assembly and detail forms with the same kit components. Additionally, PnJ also ships kit carts where a group of parts are shipped via complex part lists and varies with each successive delivery. These varying kit shipments are managed through internal processes that determine the schedule of product deliveries and future requirement evaluation.

A process integrated min/max system implemented by PnJ tracks a customer's inventory system and maintains part quantities based on a predetermined inventory range. For example: a value of 15-35 indicates that no less than 15 and no more than 35 parts should be available to the customer at any given time. Approaching the minimum level of parts triggers the inclusion of part production to maintain the customers' inventory levels as required. This necessitates future forecast planning to anticipate the increase or reduction in product demand. Each of these systems saves our customers time and money by eliminating the need for internal employee hours in inventory oversight, management, forecasting and more.

Reducing purchase order management for our customers is a significant time and cost saver given the dynamics of short flow production and capacity demands. A Just-In-Time (JIT) or Short Flow Production requirement creates additional expense for our customers and introduces the potential for production capacity limitations that can result in the inability of a customer to meet their own production requirements. Kits of this nature also save on shipping crate costs due to reusable containers. With the customer's reduction on inventory management costs and oversight via shipment of monthly kits, there is no worry of the increase or decrease of production output affecting your ability to meet customer needs.

Packing slips can also be designed to meet your requirements. A standard Certificate of Conformance (C of C) statement on every packing slip as well as a separate ‘C of C' can list certification numbers and drawing used depending on customer requirements. Currently, complete cert packets are shipped to customers as well as raw material, special processing, and special testing certs. PnJ can create a custom output system based on your requirements.

On a weekly basis, PnJ's precision machining services ships products all over the world. Shipments external to the Unites States are nothing new to us. We ship to Canada, Korea, Norway, South Africa, South America, Japan and more. PnJ began preparations for handling a global market when noticed the machining industry leaning in the direction of global competitiveness. Some products are shipped direct while other customers require the use of a third party shipping company. We have the ability to create a custom shipping requirement based on your needs.

Contact PnJ today about contract machining kits and our other precision machining services.

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