Traditional warehouses — large buildings sitting in affordable rural areas along popular shipping routes — have been replaced by new breeds of fulfillment centers. Retailers’ warehouse strategies are changing dramatically and becoming a more critical piece of the ecommerce landscape — from how the geographic location of each warehouse is chosen to how products are documented and placed in a warehouse’s inventory.
ShipBob.com started in 2014 and expanded from its Chicago homebase to the New York market within 18 months of its launch. If you haven’t heard of ShipBob.com, the company tailors to small to medium-sized e-commerce businesses and offers pick-up, packaging, warehousing and shipping services. As a small business, and an online entrepreneur at that, holding on toContinue reading “Small Businesses: What is the tipping point to outsource your shipping?”