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In an effort to provide a quick ship program directly to their customers and consumers without them having to wait for common carriers and meeting minimum quantity shipment associated with that, full-service home furnishings supplier AICO has announced a new packaging program that will allow their luxurious small and medium sized chandeliers and sconces to be shipped via UPS, Fed Ex, and other parcel distributors.
The AICO merchandising and packaging engineers have conducted thorough testing and have developed solutions for each of the select luxury lighting offerings that will be shipped in enhanced custom packaging. Our superior packaging techniques have been rigorously tested to ensure that we provide the level of protection necessary for parcel transit.
“We have studied for months and developed a custom design for select small and medium sized chandeliers and sconces that we can now ship direct to stores or direct to their customers through UPS, Fed Ex, and other parcel distributors ensuring a seamless, fast delivery, while omitting minimum shipment charges,” said Michael Amini, AICO’s Chief Designer, Chairman and CEO. “Our packaging experts have designed, tested and built custom packaging solutions that will ensure each item is packed to support and protect the valuable assets during their journey. We look forward to transitioning additional lighting items to this parcel packaging strategy.”
AICO is an international home furnishings company that manufactures home furnishings and accent product lines of complete case goods and collections, high-fashion upholstery, top of bed designs, and an extended catalog of accent pieces.
CEO and Founder, Michael Amini, combines his extensive world travels and his affinity for fashion to create the inspiration for each distinctive design. From the ancient ruins of Greece, to celebrated historic palaces; from the sunny hillsides of Tuscany, to the charming cafes of a crowded Paris street, Michael finds inspiration in world culture, traditional art and architecture. It is his goal to create furniture that connects people emotionally with their culture, country and heritage.