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In this guide we are going to show six examples that explain different packaging configurations, depending on the packer's needs. The examples are ordered from the least difficult to the most difficult.

To avoid confusion of nomenclature on each component of the packaging, the following image is shown:

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Requirements

  • Except for case 1, in all the cases explained below you'll need to have previously created the packages that will be contained in the packaging. This can be done in the Management → Packages section of the private area of the website.
    Note: Packages can be reused for different packaging and varieties.
  • To use packaging containing several packages, you need version 6.0.0.0 or higher of the labeling software.

Case 1: Packaging of 1 package and 1 variety

If you want to create a packaging without detailing the configuration of your packages, it can be created as shown below. This solution is appropriate if the packaging consists of a single variety.

In this case, we have a 10Kg packaging containing one 10Kg package of the variety Dulcelina.

  • Packaging 10Kg
    • Package 10Kg
      • Dulcelina - 10Kg

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Case 2: Packaging of 2 packages of 1 variety

If you want to create a packaging detailing the configuration of its packages, it can be done as follows. In this case, the packaging contains a single variety.

We have a 10Kg packaging that contains two 5Kg packages, of the variety Dulcelina.

  • Packaging 10Kg
    • Package 5Kg (x2)
      • Dulcelina - 5Kg

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Optional: The configuration of this packaging can be completed adding the following information in step 3, as shown below.

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Case 3: Packaging of 2 different packages of 1 variety

For a packaging containing packages of the same variety with different weights, the configuration can be done as shown below.

In this case there is a 10Kg packaging composed of three packages (one 5Kg package and two 2.5Kg packages), all containing Dulcelina.

  • Packaging 10Kg
    • Package 5Kg
      • Dulcelina - 5Kg
    • Package 2.5Kg (x2)
      • Dulcelina - 2,5Kg

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Case 4: Packaging of 2 packages with the same weight and 2 varieties

If you want to label packaging containing packages with the same weight but different varieties (each package containing a single variety), you have to define the packaging as displayed below.

In this case, there is a 10Kg packaging with two 5Kg packages, one of them containing the variety Dulcelina and another one containing the variety Purita.

  • Packaging 10Kg
    • Package 5Kg
      • Dulcelina - 5Kg
    • Package 5Kg
      • Purita - 5Kg

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Case 5: Packaging with 1 package and 2 varieties

If the packaging contains a single package mixing several varieties, you can set the configuration of your packages as follows.

In this case, there is a 10Kg packaging with a 10Kg package, containing 5Kg of Dulcelina and 5Kg of Purita. The total weight is 5Kg for each variety.

  • Packaging 10Kg
    • Package 10Kg
      • Dulcelina - 5Kg
      • Purita - 5Kg

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In a similar example with two packages instead of one, we have a 10Kg packaging with two 5Kg packages. Each package contains 2.5Kg of Dulcelina and 2.5Kg of Purita, each variety weighing in total 5Kg.

  • Packaging 10Kg
    • Package 5Kg (x2)
      • Dulcelina - 2.5Kg
      • Purita - 2.5Kg

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Case 6: Packaging with 3 packages and 2 varieties (two of the packages with the same weight and different variety distributions)

In case the requirement is to label a packaging with several varieties and several packages, mixing the varieties in some of its packages, it is possible to detail the packaging as displayed below.

In this case you have a 10Kg packaging containing three packages (one 5Kg package and two 2.5Kg  packages). The 5Kg package (identified as Package Type 1) is composed of 2.5Kg of Dulcelina and 2.5Kg of Purita. One of the 2.5Kg packages (identified as Package Type 2) is composed of 1.5Kg of Dulcelina and 1Kg of Purita. And lastly, the other 2.5Kg package (identified as Package Type 3) is composed entirely of Purita. The total weight of Dulcelina is 4Kg and the total weight of Purita is 6Kg.

  • Packaging 10Kg
    • Package 5Kg
      • Dulcelina - 2.5Kg
      • Purita - 2.5Kg
    • Package 2.5Kg
      • Dulcelina - 1.5Kg
      • Purita - 1Kg
    • Package 2.5Kg
      • Purita - 2.5Kg

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