What does a Packer do?

Packers work in warehouse environments and prepare finished products to be packaged and shipped. They’re often assigned specific zones or areas where they retrieve items as needed from inventory stock, check to see that they are in good condition, wrap them securely and safely, and pack them up for shipping. Packers receive invoices that list the necessary items to be placed in the shipments; they retrieve them from inventory and update inventory tallies to reflect items removed.

When a box is ready for shipment, a packer weighs it and ensures the items and shipping information match the invoice. They keep products separated and organized and in good rotation. They monitor products frequently and report problems to mitigate any safety issues. Packers operate various equipment types, including forklifts, wrappers, and dolly loaders, and report any mechanical problems. They follow safety regulations and maintain clean, sanitary, and save work areas, scan and sort outgoing stock, and need a minimum high school diploma, GED, or equivalent and forklift certification within 90 days of starting their job.

null null

Average Years of Experience

0 - 1
2 - 4
5 - 7

Common Skill Sets

English Language
Attention To Detail
Computer Literate
Fork Lift
Great Work Ethic
Load Unload
Written Communication

Packer Seniority Levels

Packer III
No Salary Reports
Packer IV
No Salary Reports
19% made the transition
Material Handler
15% made the transition
See Career Path

Packer Salaries

Average Base Pay

₹11,445 /month
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
See More Insights
Median: ₹11T
See More Insights
Glassdoor Estimated Salary

Packer jobs

Packer Interviews