B2B Order Fulfillment

Beyond Warehousing can fulfill a variety of B2B orders. The most common type of business-to-business fulfillment is wholesale orders that ship via LTL or FTL to retail trading partners. Other common examples include distributing components to factories/plants and shipping office supplies in bulk to other businesses.

Retail Distribution and Vendor Compliance

Beyond Warehousing currently distributes to over 120 trading partners including big box retailers like Walmart, Target, Kohl’s and Menards. We use a variety of third-party TMS routing platforms. Our fulfillment process includes multi-point verification and quality control to ensure compliance.
Meeting vendor requirements can be a challenging and never-ending task. Partnering with an experienced 3PL can be effective in helping companies meet vendor compliance program requirements and avoid costly chargebacks. Contact our team to learn more about how Beyond Warehousing tackles the challenge of retail compliance.

Drop Ship Fulfillment

Dropshipping is a retail method in which the retailer doesn’t keep products in stock. Instead, when an order is placed on a retailer’s website, the retailer purchases the item from the supplier, who then ships it directly to the customer. Dropshipping is a fulfillment method becoming more common for retailers to require from their suppliers.
Most suppliers aren’t equipped with the resources and expertise to efficiently fulfill direct-to-consumer orders. That is where Beyond Warehousing comes in.
We can house a supplier’s inventory and drop ship orders placed through online retailers on their behalf. This relieves the supplier of managing their own fulfillment along with the large investment associated with developing in-house fulfillment.

Selling Through
e-Commerce Channels?

View our e-commerce fulfillment services to learn more about our e-commerce capabilities.

Questions?

If you have any questions about our services or capabilities, please reach our to our team!

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