EAST RANCHO DOMINGUEZ, Calif. (PRWEB) November 28, 2018
AVC announces the formation of a new packaging team that will focus on design, testing, and manufacturing of packaging for the e-commerce industry. AVC has been at the forefront of sustainable packaging for the last decade and when Amazon announced their “Frustration Free Packaging” initiative in October of 2018, AVC put a seasoned team together to service clients that sell products through Amazon. If Amazon is a part of your business model or you’re considering their services in 2019, you need to learn more about the latest packaging policy that was recently announced in which Amazon is aggressively pursuing the reduction of excess packaging on shipments out of their facilities.
The e-commerce giant has announced a deadline of August 1, 2019 to have the majority of products selling on ‘Fulfilled by Amazon’ (FBA) to be ‘Frustration Free Packaging’ (FFP)-certified. If your product packaging is not compliant after the deadline, Amazon will levy a chargeback.
AVC’s expertise and design capabilities assure our clients that their packaging will meet the stringent rules that Amazon’s Frustration Free Packaging program. AVC has been working diligently over the past 2 years with Fortune 100 companies to design and manufacture packaging that is FFP compliant. AVC was able to assist these clients in reducing their packaging material significantly without compromising protection or aesthetics.
“The design, prototyping, and certification of packaging for the Amazon FFP program is a lengthy process. AVC will work together with you to streamline the process of getting your packaging FFP-certified ready,” said Guy Marom, AVC’s executive vice president. “We realized the challenges of transforming the current packaging to FFP-certified, and our new team has the knowledge and experience to make the transition a painless one without breaking the bank.”
All research and design is done at AVC’S 240,000 square feet in Rancho Dominguez California Headquarters. AVC not only designs the packaging but manufactures it. The AVC facilities are strategically located within ten miles of the Los Angeles/ Long Beach ports, which cuts down on drayage costs and time for imported products to arrive at the AVC facilities. AVC provides B to B (Club and Retail) and B to C (e-commerce) fulfillment services, kitting, re-packaging, product reconfiguration, reverse logistics, RMA services which include sorting, refurbishing, recertifying, and, if necessary, recycling.