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Contract Warehousing

Contract Warehousing

Contract warehousing has many advantages. It offers businesses and entrepreneurs a variety of services created to handle their packing, inventorying, and shipping needs.  Using a warehouse management system, we streamline a number of the different processes required by a business like palletizing and labeling; making it easy for companies to focus on other areas demanding their attention.

Our warehouse team finds a premium location so that companies are best able to meet their customers’needs no matter where in the US they reside.  This type of attention-to-detail is what makes contract warehousing convenient and economical. 

Some of the value-add warehousing services that we offer include:                

  • Inventory Management
  • Pick/Pack
  • Palletizing
  • Order Configuration
  • Repackaging
  • Labeling and Price Tagging
  • Kitting and Assembly

 

Benefits of Contract Warehousing

The benefits of contract warehousing are plentiful.  First and foremost, companies and other entrepreneurs have a central location to store their inventory, supplies, raw materials, and other goods.  This makes it easy to serve all areas of the United States more efficiently.

It also keeps overhead costs low.  When warehousing needs are outsourced, the focus can be on profits and less on expenses.  That’s one of the main reasons why contract warehousing is so popular.

Here are a few additional things to consider:

  • Outsourcing frees up time to focus on other aspects of building and running a business.  Many warehouses offer a large variety of services to meet the needs of its clients.  They are often willing to cater to your needs by providing packaging services, inventory control and management, and transportation for you.
  • Contract warehousing saves you money.  Private warehousing can be very expensive.  Businesses will experience lower overhead costs by eliminating the need for their own warehouse and using one that has already been built, staffed, and equipped.
  • Skip the fees, pass on the savings to your customers.  Public and private warehouses charge additional fees for storage, loading and unloading, and shipping.  Contract warehouses offer the same services at lower costs making it possible for you to lower your prices to fit your customers’needs.
  • Be in control of your spending.  Lower costs mean bigger profits.  Rather than have the expense of ruining a warehouse; businesses can focus on growth strategies and generating more business.