Are You Overwhelmed with Excess Packaging Inventory?


If you are like most companies, no matter how well you plan purchasing and production cycles, you may be storing unneeded inventory. It does not happen intentionally or even that often, but when it does, McKernan Packaging Clearing House is ready to help.

For over 60 years, McKernan’s mission has been to give companies a profitable alternative to clearing their surplus, excess or obsolete packaging inventory by paying cash for unused and unbranded packaging components.

There are many reasons why excess inventory happens. Product demand can decline, packaging changes, design changes, or simply the product or packaging has become unneeded. The problem with this excess inventory is that it can reduce profit margins by taking up valuable warehouse space and create extra overhead costs associated with storing and maintaining the obsolete packaging.

So what can be done with this excess packaging inventory?  Discarding the inventory without trying to regain some of your initial investment is a difficult decision to make. Dumping it in a landfill can be just as costly and have a negative environmental impact. McKernan PRECYCLING®, which is pre-consumer recycling, helps businesses recoup some of their costs by buying unused, unbranded excess/surplus inventory, such as bottles, jars, closures and more. This makes McKernan an environmentally responsible and smart solution to scrapping or traditional recycling.

McKernan can offer you cash for your unbranded/​unused, surplus packaging such as:

Plastic Bottles • Metal Bottles • Glass Bottles • Jars • Tubes • Aerosol Cans • Caps • Container Lids • Continuous Thread Caps • Dispensing Caps • Metal Caps • Overcaps • Sprayers • Crimp Sprayers • Fine Mist Sprayers • Garden Sprayers • Regular Mist Sprayers • Triggers • Pumps • Tins and so much more!

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