Case Study: Opening Your First Ecommerce Fulfillment Center

| Brian Barry

Moving from third-party fulfillment to opening an in-house ecommerce fulfillment center is a massive endeavor. This case study of how one DTC company got it done will provide useful examples as you evaluate the planning and startup challenges for your own new facility.

Meeting E-Fulfillment Challenges as Expectations Rise

| Mike O'Brien

While ecommerce continues to boom, e-fulfillment strategies are not keeping pace with this growth. Online orders present inherent challenges that can quickly drive up fulfillment costs. In this Special Report from Multichannel Merchant, learn what both enterprise and mid-market companies are doing to gain efficiency and productivity in their e-fulfillment operations.

Retail and Ecommerce Distribution Center Roundup

| Mike O'Brien

Amazon, Wayfair, Best Buy, Ulta Beauty and IKEA are among the major retailers announcing new distribution center or fulfillment center activity to meet consumer demand, in Multichannel Merchant’s periodic roundup of facilities news.

Walmart Closing 63 Sam’s Clubs, Turning 12 into Ecommerce Fulfillment Centers

| Daniela Forte

In the kind of move that many industry observers have talked about, Walmart said it plans to close 63 Sam’s Club stores, while converting 12 of them into ecommerce fulfillment centers. The facilities will close over the next few weeks, the company said. Here is what Walmart has planned for these locations and what it could mean for its ecommerce business.

3 Factors to Consider in Your 2018 Fulfillment Strategy

| Brian Barry

A perfect storm is forming that may batter your 2018 fulfillment strategy: The major federal tax overhaul, longer lead times for capital projects and the scarcity of warehouse space. To help you survive and thrive, here are 5 recommendations that will help you meet these challenges and turn them into opportunities.

9 Due Diligence Best Practices for Warehouse Selection

| Curt Barry

In most markets, warehouse space is in short supply, especially for facilities that are 100,000 square feet and larger. As you look for facilities to lease or buy, an in-depth due diligence process is crucial to your success as new space is a major investment and a long-term commitment.