Precision is your one-stop packaging shop, we do it all from concept to fulfillment.

Services We Offer

Today’s printing and packaging industry is driven by the creative application of cutting-edge print, structural design and manufacturing technologies. At Precision RRD, we utilize a unique end-to-end production process and one-vendor accountability to meet all of your print and packaging needs.

Concept Design

Our team of talented designers will meet with you to discuss the details of your project and provide you with a sketch of the possible solutions for your product. With over 25 years of experience, we are able to put your ideas to paper in a matter of minutes.

Structural Engineering

Before your packaging can attract consumer attention, it attracts all of ours. We use advanced structural engineering software to generate a dieline (layout) for your product package. This allows for the design team to precisely map out graphics to conform to production standards.

Prototyping

We will produce an auto-cut prototype that represents what your packaging will look like prior to production. This allows for last minute changes or securing business without the expense of a production run

Production

We’re committed to working closely with you to respond to the precise specifications, timing and quality standards for projects of any scale, scope, location or logistical challenge.

Fulfillment

Precision Fulfillment & Kitting is prepared to take on any task. From storage & shipping to assembly to complete fulfillment logistics, we have assembled the perfect team and global network to efficiently and effectively deliver on your needs every time.

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With multiple facilities around the globe, we have the unique ability to produce your packaging within the same region that your products are being produced, often time within the same city. In addition, our plants have the capability to kit, packout, assemble and ship to your client’s location worldwide.

How We Work

The Process

Creating product packaging from start to finish requires planning, dedication, quality control and expert knowledge to ensure the project will be a success. As your packaging supplier we will handle the process, you may still be curious about what happens behind the scenes. Here are the key elements of the packaging production process:

  • Consultation

    You want to ensure you choose a packaging supplier that is willing to address all your needs and bring innovation to the table. A high-quality packaging specialist will be willing to collaborate with you to bring your vision to life. A consultation is the starting point to a successful end result.

  • Proof Design

    If you are making substantial changes to your packaging, it’s highly likely you will want to see it before making a full commitment to the design. The proofing process is a great way to see if your ideal design will translate well into an actual piece. For example, if you’re trying a new structural design, it may not turn out exactly how you expected. Fortunately, skilled packaging specialists can advise you when a design may not be the most practical or ideal for your product’s needs.

  • Calibrations

    Color is perceived in a number of different ways. The colors you see aren’t necessarily the same as what a monitor translates, and taking a print project through a press can result in something even more different. Calibration ensures color is consistent through each phase of the project, and G7 is one of the best process and certification a printer can have to ensure color integrity across all equipment. This process ensures that the final print piece matches your vision and more importantly, branding requirements.

  • Logistics

    After the details have been decided, there may still be some questions to answer about the packaging process. For example, how will your product be packed into the cartons? An innovative packaging supplier can offer you the services to finish the job, including mounting, film laminating, overwrapping, window patching, insertion, and kitting and pack out. This helps expedite the speed to market and can prevent your business from incurring additional manufacturing costs.