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  • Before sending your inventory to a distribution center, you will need to load all of your items onto a pallet (or skid) and prepare it for transport. If your supplier is sending your products directly to the fulfillment center for you, make sure they are packing your pallets correctly and consider sending them this article as a reference. Packing and wrapping a pallet may seem like a small step, but if done incorrectly, you risk damage or loss of expensive inventory and a potential delay in your overall fulfillment cycle. 

  • Complemar featured its Fulfillify.com brand at the 2017 Operations Summit tradeshow and conference this past weekend in Pittsburgh. Operations Summit a leading show about direct-to-consumer and omnichannel operations and fulfillment. This year's show featured conference sessions, a full exhibit floor, tours and other related special events and Fulfillify.com was a featured exhibitor.

     

    We introduced Fulfillify.com to the attendees, Complemar's fulfillment service for e-commerce companies, and discussed fulfillment strategies with a myriad of e-commerce companies from early-stage startups to channel leaders processing 60,000+ orders per month.

  • Moving your business from your garage to a professional fulfillment center can be confusing but it doesn’t need to be. Read below to find out exactly how to prep your inventory, schedule a pickup and transition your order fulfillment successfully.

    When your ecommerce business takes off and it becomes difficult to manage the fulfillment of orders, it’s time to consider third-party logistics, also known as 3PL. This is where you use the resources of a professional warehouse or distribution center to handle the fulfilling of online orders for you. The first step is to select a fulfillment provider. Consider your options carefully in order to select a 3PL provider that will meet your customer service needs, business operations and plans for business growth. Take into account the distributor’s inventory & order accuracy rates, service level agreements and geographic location. Read How to Choose A Fulfillment Provider to learn more. The next step is to prep your inventory.