A classic tale, relatable in modern terms to battling the big corporation persona while trying to market as a small company. Needing to be seen in the world of e-commerce, it’s easy to get lost within the walls of a company representing so many vendors.
So you are either wanting to import and sell your products into the US market, as a foreign-owned business, or you are already a US based business wanting to import your products to sell in the US. Good move. The US market is ripe for opportunity for businesses willing to go through a bit of paperwork to make it happen, as well as a way to import with $0 and 0% duties/taxes with using an FTZ. Here are the best practices for importing products into the USA:
If you're like most brands, you have an e-commerce strategy that somewhere supports a "free shipping" strategy. The biggest issue with this strategy is that it's not free...not for you or the freight companies. So who is getting the better deal here? Here at Verde Fulfillment USA, we encounter this exact issue all the time with our client base.
In the ancient world, trade routes intersected to form hubs of civilization and commerce. Prosperity and culture sprang up in the wake of every one of these commercial hubs, which functioned as the ancient equivalent to modern-day fulfillment centers.
$73 Billion is what the pet products industry is estimated to be valued at in 2015. Today’s pet owners are more confident than ever in purchasing pet products online, whether it’s from a brick and mortar’s online store, or strictly an online only store. What can you do for your pet products fulfillment to ensure your products get to their destination on-time and perfect and your consumers pets are happy?
It’s no secret that today’s consumer is more than happy to purchase footwear online, whether it’s from a brick and mortar’s online store, or strictly an online only store. So what are some of the best practices for footwear fulfillment to ensure your products get to their destination on-time and perfect?