Shipwire in the News

Shipwire Opens Hong Kong Warehouse to Help Brands Increase Sales in Asia and Australia

PALO ALTO, CA–(Marketwire – Jul 12, 2012) – Shipwire, the world’s leading provider of e-commerce order fulfillment, today announced the general availability of a new Hong Kong warehouse to help brands reach buyers in fast-growing Asia-Pacific e-commerce markets. Hong Kong is the 7th global warehouse integrated into the Shipwire web-based logistics platform, working seamlessly with Shipwire facilities throughout North America and Europe.

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Time to Deliver

ArmorMount uses e-commerce technology hosted by Shopify Inc. to transfer orders to one of three Shipwire fulfillment warehouses—in Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia—enabling ArmorMount to deliver to nearly all U.S. addresses within two days, mostly by ground services.

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PrestaShop and Shipwire, a Dynamic Partnership for Overseas Expansion

The marriage between the two companies is an idyllic affair for what each individual company brought to the table. Shipwire brought their cloud-based services that serve logistical purposes, their innovative shipping software, and their expertise in outsourcing order procedures that can be quite a hassle. PrestaShop brought the clients. PrestaShop serves a growing community with an impressive current population of 300,000 members, which is what would be expected of the 2010 and 2011 winner of best Open-source Business Applications.

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Shipwire Expands Reach With Four New Integrated Partners

Marketwire – Shipware announced four new partners, Miva Merchant, PrestaShop, LemonStand and Virtuemart, have joined them to help ecommerce merchants increase revenue opportunities by outsourcing shipping and fulfillment.

The new integration will give customers of the four new additions access to Shipwire’s global fulfillment network, which includes warehouses in the U.S., Canada, U.K., and Asia.

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Clean Up Your Logistics

An award-winning designer of cat litter boxes, ModProducts, needed to make a major decision—outsource its shipping and fulfillment, or move to a warehouse space and do it themselves. This build vs. buy decision is something that many start-ups and small firms will deal with during the course of their business’ growth. The challenge is logistics, which comes from the Greek logistikós meaning “skilled in calculation, rational” the planning, implementation, and coordination of the details of a business or other operation. Should designers concentrate on those details, or let someone else handle them?

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