Typical value-added services (VAS) are Picking, packing, labelling, returns management and shelf service. These value-added services affect the supply chain rather than the products we handle. They upgrade the supply chain because we provide services along the supply chain which would otherwise have to be done by a third party (or the customer itself).
When we re-pack goods because they are delivered in very large batches from distant locations and will be sold in smaller batches at the destination, that is a value-added service. It does not make the goods themselves more valuable, but the manufacturer benefits from a more efficient supply chain.
We can take the logistic load of our customers and give them better chances of participating in growing markets.