Cosmetics is big business. Globally, people will spend $12.8 billion in 2022 to look and smell good. Many of those sales are online. That requires a cosmetic fulfillment operation that can keep up with increasing volumes, but also handle some of the unique storage and shipping requirements of beauty products. Here’s what to look for when shopping for cosmetic fulfillment services.
The nutraceutical industry in the US is growing fast and, according to Global Industry Analysts, Inc., is currently worth approximately $112.6 Billion. That’s a lot of products requiring nutraceutical fulfillment. Many nutraceutical companies have made the choice to entrust fulfillment operations to 3PL experts.
As a leading nutraceutical fulfillment provider, Amware sees RFPs from companies far and wide. In this article,
Your choice of a fulfillment center partner is one of the most critical choices you will make. But what are the questions to ask a fulfillment center operator?
Many fulfillment RFPs regurgitate the same tired questions and fail to get at the core issues. To help prevent this from happening to you, here are questions you might want to consider tossing into your 3PL fulfillment RFP – or into the follow-up conversations you’ll
Looking to improve the efficiency of your warehousing operations? You may want to pay closer attention to warehouse slotting. Slotting in the warehouse refers to the placement of products to reflect their velocity and to reduce travel time by order pickers.
When you partner with a fulfillment company, a great deal of work moves from your plate to their plate. You’ll want to understand fulfillment costs to assess the ROI of your relationship. In this blog post, we will examine pick and pack warehouse fees and give you a clear understanding of what these fees entail.
Slumberkins, an educational children's brand, is on the INC 5000 list of America's fastest-growing private companies.
Amazon is famous for putting its trademark 'smile' on the outside of its boxes. But we think it's more important to put a smile inside the box with custom packaging, done right.
Scaling order fulfillment operations is tough enough. But when your multi-channel brand is experiencing 4X growth, it's essential to have a buttoned-up back-end operation so you don’t disappoint customers.
In the fulfillment warehouse, pick to light technology is a tool that more companies are relying on to improve throughput, order accuracy and order quality. It also enables companies to simplify the training process and get associates into action quicker.
The accompanying pick to light video shows just how the technology works to increase productivity and order accuracy in a fulfillment warehouse. Productivity can improve up to 40% as associates working in a contained area simply scan an order into the system and then move to specific bin locations that are identified by a flashing light and the specific number of items to pick.