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A logistical technique involving the assembly and packaging of various related items together as a single unit, known as a “kit.”

This process facilitates the sale and shipment of complementary products as a cohesive package, distinct from individual items. While similar to bundling, kitting specifically involves grouping items to create a new product offering or solution. Common examples of kitting include subscription boxes containing ingredients for specific meals or preassembled kits provided to technicians for efficient job completion in maintenance operations.

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