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Value Added Services (VAS)
What are the common types of VAS seen in warehouses?
There are various different value added services operations can do. Below are some examples that are done in a warehouse.
Stickering - pasting of price sticker, adding importer information
Bundling - placing 2 more more items together in a bag
Adding inserts - putting or changing of inserts/leaflets within the product
RFID tagging - adding RFID tags to inventory for retail outlets
Shrinkwrapping - wrapping products in shrinkwrap
Some operations require inkjetting as well.
Others may be repackaging, or even splitting of cartons into smaller individual packs.
Sticking and Banding is the common type of VAS
Mobile value-added services (VAS) are provided by telecommunication companies and they are either paid or unpaid services. Music, gaming, videos, and online storage are some of the VAS offered by telecoms on mobiles.