We all know the impact the sensory approach has on a consumer during the purchasing journey. The five senses allow for the decision-making process to be a comprehensive experience. We bring this added value to your returnable packaging purchasing journey. The two senses we focus on are sight and touch. You need to be able to see and feel your sample for several reasons. Your team may want to test it in multiple different ways. Not just for fit and function but also for endurance purposes. Some have even performed crush tests on their prototypes. Also, customers frequently send us their existing containers for us to fit a prototype into before we even ship it to them.
In this post, we dive into why we offer both prototypes and concept drawings. The differences between the two and how each of these are important to the process of getting your returnable packaging designed properly and efficiently.
The definition of capacity, well, it can vary. In manufacturing, it means how much space and manpower there is available to produce a product. One of the questions our clients ask us is if we have enough capacity to run their project so they will have it in their hands on the date they need it. In this post, we will review what capacity means to us and in turn what it means for you.
Amatech, Inc. will continue to build long term financial stability through growth in diversified markets, innovative products, and operational excellence with a continuing commitment to our customers and employees.
Innovation plus adaptability is the formula we use to provide continued satisfaction to every customer. That is the central focus of our business.