Value-Added Services

With growing consumer demands and market complexities, you need efficient operations now more than ever. Benefit from our full suite of in-house 3PL value-added services available at all our facilities. These value-added services ensure brand integrity and maximize customer experience. From kitting, assembly, and custom packing to quality inspection, labeling, and repackaging, we have the experience and internal resources to get your goods ready on time, every time.

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Why Ryder?

Maximize Brand Integrity

Your brand is our top priority. Our in-house value-added services ensure your products are customized to meet your precise specifications.

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Ease of Integration

The Ryder Difference

Customize your products swiftly to meet the precise specifications of each order by leveraging our integrated value-added services within our warehousing logistics.

  • General Value-Added Services
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    General Value-Added Services

    • Kitting
    • Sub-assembly
    • Repacking
    • Quality inspection/repair
    • Light manufacturing
    • Re-ticketing
    • RFID tags
    • Labeling
    • Promotional/seasonal packaging
    • Security control application
    • Packaging
    • Retail-ready displays
    • Postponement & configuration
  • Retail Value-Added Services
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    Retail Value-Added Services

    • GOH (Garment on Hanger)
    • Unpack and hang
    • Hanger change
    • Sewing
    • Label changes
    • Folding
    • Polybag
    • Size ring
    • Alarm attachment
    • Clip, button, and belt
    • Press and steam

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Service of Interest
  • Warehousing - Dedicated
  • Warehousing - Shared
  • Warehousing - Short Term
  • Warehousing - Refrigerated / Frozen
  • Transportation - Dedicated
  • Transportation - Transportation Management
  • Transportation - Freight Brokerage
  • Transportation - Inbound and/or Outbound
  • Fulfillment - E-commerce
  • Fulfillment - Retail
  • Fulfillment - Wholesale
  • Last Mile Delivery
  • Sign Up to be a Carrier
  • Other
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Value-Added Services FAQ's

Still have questions? View our FAQ's or fill out the form and one of our specialists will reach out to you.

    • Yes, you can customize your supply chain solution with full suite of value added services from Ryder. With growing consumer demands and market complexities, you need efficient operations now more than ever.

      Our VAS capabilities include, but are not limited to:

      • Product customization and testing
      • Kitting, sequencing and line-side delivery
      • Bundling/unbundling
      • Light/sub-assembly
      • Packaging, re-packaging, re-boxing
      • Labeling
      • System configuration
      • Material supply management
      • Gift wrapping
      • Specialized packaging
      • Return label insertion
      • Personalized notes
      • Boxed sets
      • Subscription services
      • Re-ticketing
      • Labeling
      • Promotional/season packaging
      • Security control application
      • Repair and alterations – point-of-sale display
      • Quality inspection/repair
      • RFID tags
      • Light manufacturing
    • Value-added services in logistics offer a range of benefits that contribute to efficiency, customer satisfaction, and competitive advantage within the supply chain. At Ryder, our VAS are performed in-house, so you don’t have to worry about managing more vendors or delays in order fulfillment.

      Value-added services can enhance the overall customer experience by providing additional benefits beyond the basic transportation and storage of goods. These services may include customization, labeling, packaging, kitting, assembly, or product configuration tailored to meet specific customer requirements. By offering personalized solutions, logistics providers can differentiate themselves in the market and create added value for their customers, leading to increased satisfaction and loyalty.

      Value-added services can improve operational efficiency and streamline supply chain processes. For example, services such as inventory management, order fulfillment, cross-docking, and reverse logistics help optimize inventory levels, reduce stockouts, and minimize carrying costs. Additionally, value-added services like consolidation, deconsolidation, and freight forwarding enable businesses to consolidate shipments, optimize transportation routes, and reduce overall logistics costs. By leveraging these services, businesses can achieve greater flexibility, agility, and cost-effectiveness in their logistics operations.

      VAS can enhance product visibility, traceability, and compliance throughout the supply chain. Services such as track-and-trace technology, real-time monitoring, and reporting provide valuable insights into the status and location of goods at every stage of the logistics process. This visibility enables businesses to proactively identify and address issues, mitigate risks, and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and customer expectations. Enhanced visibility also fosters transparency and trust among supply chain partners, facilitating collaboration and communication.

      VAS can support business growth and expansion into new markets. For example, services such as warehousing, distribution, and fulfillment enable businesses to reach customers in new geographic regions efficiently. Similarly, value-added services such as cross-border logistics, customs clearance, and international shipping facilitate global trade and expansion into international markets. By offering comprehensive logistics solutions, businesses can capitalize on new opportunities, enter new markets, and scale their operations effectively.

    • Kitting is a logistical process that involves the assembly of individual items or components into pre-packaged sets or kits for distribution or sale. Ryder provides kitting as a value added service for supply chain customers.

      In essence, kitting is bundling together related items or parts to create a single unit that fulfills a specific purpose or need. This process streamlines inventory management and order fulfillment by consolidating multiple items into one cohesive package, simplifying handling and distribution.

      Within the logistics industry, kitting serves various purposes across different sectors. In manufacturing, kitting may involve gathering all the necessary components or parts needed for a specific product assembly or production process. By pre-packaging these components together, manufacturers can reduce assembly time, minimize errors, and improve efficiency on the production line.

      In retail, kitting is often used to create product bundles or sets that offer added value to customers. For example, a tech retailer might bundle a smartphone with a case, screen protector, and charging cable into a single package. By offering these bundled products, retailers can enhance the perceived value for customers, encourage upselling, and increase sales.

      E-commerce businesses also leverage kitting as a way to fulfill orders more efficiently and meet customer expectations. By pre-packaging commonly purchased items or complementary products together, e-commerce companies can streamline order processing, reduce shipping costs, and improve the overall shopping experience for customers.

      Kitting can be utilized in industries such as healthcare and automotive, where specialized tools, equipment, or supplies are often required for specific tasks or procedures. By pre-assembling these items into kits tailored to different applications or scenarios, organizations can improve workflow efficiency, reduce waste, and enhance productivity.

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