We Provide complete Distribution Services, order processing and fulfillment. Once orders are placed, products are picked, packed and shipped. Any project and size.
Whatever type of warehousing and distribution services you need, we’re up to the task. From small orders to large pallets, we can fulfill orders to your customers on time and within budget. Our services include crating, repacking, rail transportation, pick and pack, assembly and rework, reverse distribution, cross dock, inventory control and much more.
Our Distribution centers are located in the heart of the United States, we are perfectly positioned to service your clients promptly and our transportation costs are some of the lowest in the country.
Our trading partners are well equipped to handle all your distribution need, LTL and Truckload. We are able to handle all your needs no matter where you are located.
We have the logistical advantage
International 3PL offers a wide range of distribution services, including but not limited to:
- Pick-n-pack or bulk shipments
- Single or multiple destinations
- Direct-to-Consumer … retail or online or residential
- Online Order Processing and Fulfillment through e-commerce
Pick and Pack Definition
Pick and pack is a straightforward approach to filling customer orders that utilizes a minimum number of steps in order to expedite the order fulfillment process. Essentially, this strategy calls for receiving a customer order at the warehouse level, selecting or picking the items required to fill the order, and immediately packing those items and scheduling the shipment. In order to make the process as efficient as possible, many companies make use of warehouse management systems that can readily identify the location of specific goods within the warehouses and allow the order pickers to quickly collect the items needed to fill an order.
The success of the pick and pack approach depends heavily on the organization of the warehouse space and observance of specific procedures that are designed to expedite the order fulfillment process. To this end, both small and large companies typically make use of technology to manage the process. This includes the use of software programs to track inventory, prepare shipping lists, and create invoices for the filled orders. In some cases, automated systems also handle the process of interacting with shippers to schedule pickups as soon as the order is ready, a feature that can often help to reduce the lag time between the preparation of the package and getting the order on the way to the customer.
Some of the services that fall under our distribution services:
The variety of services we offer include: