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Efficient and accurate picking and packing of goods is vital in fulfilling order requests.

Finishem Group has years of experience in fulfilling job orders and packaging a range of materials and merchandise for local and overseas distribution. Our reliable and long term staff is the key to ensuring your job is completed with the upmost accuracy within the required timeframes.

Examples of Pick and Pack Campaigns:

- Promotional giveaways
- Competition prize fulfillment
- Order fulfillment/tracking
- Re-packing
- Seminar packaging
- Point of sale (pick and pack)
- Re-branding launches

Clients include:
det mbf mylanta
microsoft
galderma
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a small range of our products products
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what our clients say
"In March 1993 Underline Design Group was appointed by the Sara Lee Corporation to prepare display material to launch Hanes Clothing through major retail chains in all states.

The list of items was extensive and included some 17 components from large 60" x 40" posters right down to contest entry forms and badges. Deliveries to Finishem over the assembly period totalled approx 18 tonnes. Every outlet received a custom kit which was specific to their requirements.

These retailers included:

Big W - 63 stores
K-Mart - 139 stores
Coles/Fosseys - 177 stores
Lowes - 48 stores
Best and Less - 30 stores

When all printing was completed, kits had to be collated, packed and despatched not only in order of priority but rather to suit an advertising schedule.

Finishem were appointed to provide these services and to this end not one store did not receive their material for the launch.

The effort to meet the tight deadline involved the team working nights and weekends to complete this major project.

I have no hesitation in recommending Finishem and its team for any size project.

Their dedication, attitude and thoroughness combined with a professional sense of responsibility puts them at the front of their field."


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