Knock Down Containers

Definition: What are Knock Down Containers? Containers with their walls made using composite panels that can be used as exterior sheathing in building construction at the point of destination of the shipped goods are known as knock-down containers. Assembled using a number of bolts, its four upright corner posts form a pair of steel angle …

Kitting

Definition: What is Kitting? Filling orders by preassembling individual items into ready-to-ship kits instead of picking and packing those individual items as orders are received is known as kitting. This method offers a high rate of savings in fulfillment costs. Specifically, kitting involves a process where separate but related items are grouped, packaged, and supplied …

Kanban Holders

Definition: What are Kanban Holders? Kanban is the Japanese word for signboard. Kanban holders are instruction placards placed on warehouse carts that contain materials scheduled for production. Kanban basically equals the “just-in-time” (JIT) system of warehousing, a manufacturing and warehousing strategy that sees individual parts produced or delivered only as needed; just-in-time (JIT). Toyota Motor …