Warehousing is one of the most important services under the umbrella of fulfillment.

Our relationship will grow as your business does. When you are looking for a fulfillment services partner, you want to be sure that you know exactly what is being offered as far as warehousing and storage – and what services, configurations and options you need.

Knowing what to ask about warehouse space. You want to make sure you have a storage configuration that’s as space- and cost-efficient as possible. Of course, each client is allocated a specific location (or several locations) within our warehouses, and all access is controlled and monitored.

Your peace of mind is important, too. Our Fulfillment Center is safe, secure and configurable – meaning that when it comes to your business, your area is customized to your specific needs. 

So, how does storage work?

  • “Mix-and-match” options based on what works best for your products – and our budget.
  • A standard pallet’s storage is based on 40″ wide by 48″ deep by 48″ high.
  • You can have 2 oversized pallets on the upright storage unit (40″ wide by 48″ deep by 96″ high).
  • Bottom shelves can be set up for pick and pack.
  • Each storage unit with three (3) shelves in place will hold two standard pallets.
  • In addition:
    •  There is a maximum of one Stock Keeping Units (SKUs) allowed per pallet.
    •  Shelves may be comprised of multiple SKUs.

Our warehouse also offers:

  • Security cameras throughout
  • Temperature control – fully air-conditioned warehouses, great for goods such as beauty products, food supplements, pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals
  • Access control to all storage areas
  • Accompaniment of all vendors (and anyone else) who enters
  • A drug free workplace

All clients and their products enjoy top-of-the-line services and equipment including:

  • Dock-height delivery platforms
  • Multi-bay weather-protected loading docks
  • Fork Lift
  • Scissor Lift
  • Hydraulic Picker
  • Typical delivery of merchandise:
    • Palletized and shrink wrapped to prevent damage and loss
    • Products should be full case packs uniformly packed with the same number of units in each carton and should not be mixed with other skus in the same carton
    • Each large box on the pallet should be marked on the outside with item number and descriptions from your catalog and/or web store
    • One unique SKU per master box
    • Inside each large box, individual items will be segregated in their own bags or boxes clearly marked with the item number and description
    • Inside the item’s bag or box should be the product – each individually wrapped (poly, bubble, paper and tape or box as appropriate) and clearly marked with item number and description

We are committed to you and your business.

Remember, as your 3PL partner, we are here for you – at every step of the way.

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