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A List Of Fulfillment Centers Across The Globe
To help ecommerce companies, we prepare a list of fulfillment centers and third-party logistics providers (3PLs) that you can browse to find the best fulfillment service that can support your ecommerce business.
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The presentation of fulfillment service providers and their offer is aimed at helping ecommerce companies find the best solution for themselves and the best logistics operator in their region of operation.
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What is fulfillment
Fulfillment center are modern terms for a packing warehouse. The term is usually used about an in-house packing warehouse. Fulfillment services provider tends to be used about companies that specialise in warehousing and packing for others.
External or internal
Some companies, such as Amazon, have their own fulfillment centers, while many smaller e-commerce companies outsource their warehousing, picking, packaging and shipping to external fulfillment companies.
Many larger companies with their own fulfillment centers also handle warehousing and shipping for other sellers. Amazon itself is one such example, offering to handle warehousing and order fulfillment to third-party sellers.
Types of fulfillment centers
There are multiple types of fulfillment centers. In the past, a fulfillment center was typically associated with filling larger commercial orders to a retailer or distributor. Today, with the growth of ecommerce, there are fulfillment centers that strictly focus on shipping small parcels direct-to-consumers (DTC). Additionally, some ecommerce fulfillment centers focus on a niche, such as small or large products, a specific type of product (i.e. - apparel), or they only with a certain number of stock keeping units (SKUs).
A subset of ecommerce known as dropshipping, a type of product fulfillment that occurs directly from manufacturers to consumers via 3rd party retail websites, utilizes third party fulfillment centers to minimize the direct cost and involvement of the retailer who makes the sale.
Ecommerce fulfillment process
Order fulfillment is in the most general sense the complete process from point of sales inquiry to delivery of a product to the customer. Sometimes order fulfillment is used to describe the more narrow act of distribution or the logistics function, however, in the broader sense it refers to the way firms respond to customer orders.
In the broader sense, the possible processes in a logistic-production system are: