Canadian fulfillment means purchasing large shipments overseas, then importing them to Canada, where they’re held by a third party until you receive an order and they ship it out. While it seems like a rather roundabout way of doing business, there’s a reason it’s becoming increasingly popular among U.S. businesses: It saves you money.
Jeff Wilkins is a freelance writer from Newfoundland, Canada. He has written for multiple business niches including logistics and trade. Jeff’s work has appeared in various publications including Global Trade Magazine, Canadian Industry Online and Business Insider.