10 Jul Your Canadian Co-packing Connection
Have we ever told you how we feel about Americans? Our love affair started long ago…
Repack Canada’s president has always maintained strong personal ties with the good old U.S. of A. and always her vacation destination of choice. So when American companies reach out to Repack Canada and The Freelance Portfolio we are absolutely delighted.
When choosing a Canadian contract packer or designer, an American company needs to ensure their candidates will excel at specific tasks. Let’s face it, this is a long distance relationship and those take work and require attention. But when you find that trusted partner for the Canadian side of your business, it takes a load off your mind and your desk.
How can you take advantage of a reliable Canadian connection? From our experience we can provide examples of the whatever-it-takes service we carry out for our Southern neighbors:
We know Canadian Regulations
–Packing first aid kits for the Canadian market into bilingual kit bags, ensuring compliance with Health Canada’s regulations.
We understand the Canadian Market
–Canadian Food Labeling: converting existing retail food package art into package design compliant with Health Canada regulations, expertly dealing with every detail including Nutrition Fact Tables, ingredient listings, net quantity, etc.
Canadian Distribution – East & West
-Warehousing and pick & pack for distribution of first aid kits and beauty products to Canadian Costco stores and national banner stores.
-Producing shipping cartons for a seafood company as an in-country supplier, taking advantage of the American dollar and saving shipping costs.
-Pick & pack for distribution of beauty products for online retail orders.
-Western Canadian affiliation: such as repackaging of bottled green tea imported from out-of-country, with English/French bilingual top sheets by our Western Canadian co-packing affiliate.
And don’t forget about the great Exchange Rate Advantage!
So we ask you:
A. Are you an American company requiring Canadian distribution of your product?
B. Are you an American company seeking marketing and design assistance for the English and French speaking Canadian market?
C. Why haven’t you called us yet? 🙂
Find the right Canadian connection for you.