The Power of Private Label Candles

Pantone Color Matching

With private label candles - your very own candle brand, you can create a visual image that correlates with the perceived value associated with your company. With difficult times upon us and a heated up competition in the retail industry, mid and large size businesses are realizing the power of private labeling as part of an important business plan. Having your own private label candle brand is not only a great marketing and sales tool, it will improve customer loyalty too. We offer our services from the planning stage to the finished product. Let us know your idea and needs and we will help you create your high quality custom candles for your stores. We can assist on every step from designing of the label with your exclusive business name and/or logo to a completely custom made candle developed from scratch. We put it all together, production, packing and shipping to your warehouse or stores. We can accommodate tag and bar code requirements. We have experience with EDI procedures as well. Please use our contact us form and let us know your needs.

Contract Candle Manufacturing

Private Label Candle Colors

  At GlobalTech, we can handle large contracts for custom candle filling and manufacturing. No matter if you have all your design work and specifications in place and look for a competent candle manufacturer to produce your candles, or you just starting with your development, we can help. With our 60,000 sf manufacturing facility and ~300 employees, we can handle your job. We can run our operation with 10-hour shifts, five days per week.

See our facility section for production capabilities.

 

... and just for the fun of it:

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Private label products or services are typically those manufactured or provided by one company for offer under another company's brand. Private label goods and services are available in a wide range of industries from food to cosmetics to web hosting. They are often positioned as lower cost alternatives to regional, national or international brands, although recently some private label brands have been positioned as "premium" brands to compete with existing "name" brands.

A contract manufacturer ("CM") is a firm that manufactures components or products for another "hiring" firm. Many industries utilize this process, especially the aerospace, defense, computer, semiconductor, energy, medical, food manufacturing, personal care, and automotive fields. Some types of contract manufacturing include CNC machining, complex assembly, aluminum die casting, grinding, broaching, gears, and forging.

In a contract manufacturing business model, the hiring firm - typically an OEM - approaches the contract manufacturer with a design or formula. The contract manufacturer will quote the parts based on processes, labor, tooling, and material costs. Typically an OEM will request quotes from multiple CMs. After the bidding process is complete, the hiring firm will select a source, and then, for the agreed-upon price, the CM acts as the hiring firm's factory, producing and shipping units of the design on behalf of the hiring firm.

Many well-known companies use contract manufacturing as an alternative to operating and maintaining their own factories. Contract manufacturing can be used for anything from single components to a complete product. Printers, computers, and cellular phones are all examples of products that are made using this method.

In an international context, establishing a foreign subsidiary as a contract manufacturer can have favorable tax benefits for the parent company, allowing them to reduce overall tax liabilities and increase profits, depending upon the activities of the contract manufacturer.

 
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