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Bundling stretch film also called banding stretch film or bundling stretch wrap can be used to fix small items together, and can save time and money replacing heavier and more expensive packaging products.
The main difference between bundling stretch film and traditional hand or machine stretch film is the roll size.
An experimental study with a pretest was conducted to test the hypotheses that bundling impacts purchase intentions and caloric intake (H1a and H1b), and that this effect is mediated by consumption norms (H2a and H2b), and further moderated by caloric knowledge (H3a and H3b).
Specifically, the bundle condition has a significant effect on consumption norms (b = .34, p < .05) and consumption norms has a significant impact on purchase intentions (b = .71, p < .001), suggesting that bundling results in greater perceptions of consumption norms; thus, resulting in more positive purchase intentions.
The effect of a merger on the profitability of bundling has been discussed in several papers.
To explain how the profitability of mixed bundling can arise in this framework, Gans and King (2006) introduce sequential pricing for bundled products and stand-alone products.
Bundling is the better option when there is a relationship between the qualified plan and the NQDC plan, because it is more efficient for one vendor to do the same work, DeFrehn says.
For example, if the NQDC plan is a mirror plan of the 401(k) plan, says Baergen, the opportunity for synergy exists, and real efficiencies could result from bundling the two, particularly if both plans use the same funds.
An economic analysis was completed on the bundling operation.
Bundling production data was collected for 1 week on a 10hectare (25-acre) portion of the tract.
(11) Judge Kaplan's example of one seller of shampoo and conditioner competing against another seller of just shampoo has become a standard illustration in the commentary on bundling:
3M Co., (15) the Third Circuit sitting en banc affirmed a jury verdict finding that 3M had violated section 2 by bundling its unbranded transparent tape with its dominant Scotch brand transparent tape and a range of other products in competition with the unbranded transparent tape of LePage's.
Finally, several contributions (including papers of ARMSTRONG & VICKERS, 2006; ECONOMIDES, 1993; MATUTES & REGIBEAU, 1992) study bundling in duopolies.
The Nerenz (2006) dissertation theorized that these government estimates of contract bundling frequency were materially overstated.
Different requirements should be accompanied by appropriate bundling approaches to achieve best results; the resulting bundle structures in the three scenarios are compared.