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Your order fulfillment process is one of the key drivers behind your customer experience – and market trends show that consumers are looking for products faster and cheaper. By outsourcing your fulfillment activities to a third-party logistics (3PL) provider like GEODIS, you gain the benefits of our warehousing and 'pick, pack, ship' expertise. Our proven fulfillment systems, processes, and people will work together to provide you with a seamless experience: you will have the right products in stock, and get them to the right customers, at the right time.

Multi-channel fulfillment logistics

Multi-channel fulfillment enables businesses to sell and distribute products from inventory in a single facility through multiple channels, including direct-to-consumer, business-to-business, wholesale, and ongoing store replenishment. Our expansive warehouse network will provide you with an optimal location that is closest to your customers, resulting in cost savings, increased order speed and accuracy, tighter inventory control and greater visibility.


eFulfillment is our process for fulfilling your online (or electronic) orders – from warehousing to picking, packing, and shipping your product. As market trends indicate, B2B and B2C e-commerce orders are continuing to rise, as are customer expectations for fast-and-free shipping. Our expertise in both warehousing and transportation enable us to provide a highly efficient eFulfillment process that will result in the best buying experience for your customers.

Returns management from all channels

Based on your specifications, we can accept returns shipments from all channels to refurbish and return, recycle, or liquidate. Some of our refurbishment capabilities include re-boxing, ticketing, tagging, garment repairs, and re-packaging. If products do not meet your repair criteria then we can recycle or dispose of them.

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