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Implementing Better Pick-and-Pack Operations

Implementing Better Pick-and-Pack OperationsOf all the processes that make up product fulfillment, pick-and-pack can be the most cumbersome. Extensive organization, as well as your personalized working methods, are required for your pick-and-pack fulfillment to succeed.

It’s wise to think of the pick-and-pack process as similar to a factory assembly line: the client places an order and your business then receives, prepares, and ships it. Following that process is the first step; here are other important details.

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Keeping Your Product Fulfillment Business Legal

product fulfillment companiesIn recent years, the media has seen a greater focus on dishonest business practices in the form of reality shows and documentaries. This interest is understandable; people both want to know they aren’t getting fooled themselves and enjoy seeing criminals get caught.

But many times, those criminals aren’t malicious, but simply ignorant, in trouble only because they weren’t familiar with the laws in relation to their business. This is no different for those in product fulfillment, who need to keep their business on the straight and narrow at all times. By doing so, you will save time and money and protect your business’ legitimacy.

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How Safe is Your Product Fulfillment Business?

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Bad Press

Public security is a serious concern these days. The media contains daily reports on journalists hacking into celebrities’ phones, morally questionable government spying, and people getting caught in bad situations due to smartphone videos. It’s getting hard to tell if you are being spied on, are the spy, or both. Whatever the case, it’s not a good feeling to know that these situations are happening globally.

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Between the Lines: Self-Education in Product Fulfillment

Self-Education in Product Fulfillment


The teachers of the past who sought to further educate the world seem to have gotten their wish. With nearly 5,000 degree-granting universities in the U.S. today and a similar number of post-secondary schools in smaller countries like South Korea and Japan, there seems to be no shortage of education facilities. If you have a hankering for learning, there’s likely more than one institution nearby that can help you.

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Bang for Your Buck: The Real Savings in Product Fulfillment

The Real Savings in Product Fulfillment

Cutting Quarters in Two

Penny pincher, hustler, moneygrubber, cheapskate, hoardasaurus—the insults go on and on. There’s no getting around the negative terms used for people that seem to like money more than anything; such names are even applied to folks that simply take savings seriously. Sometimes the bad terminology is warranted, as such folks may buy discount Halloween cards for Christmas gifts or stock up on diapers long before they ever get married.

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Under One Roof: Tips and Tactics for Good Product Fulfillment Warehousing

Good Product Fulfillment Warehousing

Structurally Correct

With today’s high costs for rent and property, the need for good, affordable structures has never been greater. People want to get the most out of the roof over their heads and the ground beneath their feet, be it tile, concrete, or stained wood. It’s difficult to find good structures and make a living in them for personal or professional purposes.

Product fulfillment pros understand this. Along with whatever office they have, they also have to consider their secondary locations as well. One of the most common is warehouses.

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Lifesavers: How to Save Big in Product Fulfillment

How to Save Big in Product Fulfillment

The Best Bang for Your Buck

 Penny-pincher, quarter-cruncher, balance sheet bureaucrat…when it comes to those who focus their lives on saving their cash, the terms to describe them, however derogatory, are endless in number.

While some people take saving to new levels, the last half-decade has opened people’s eyes to the necessity of saving their cash and being a little thriftier with what they have. People might not have all the riches they once had, but they adapt accordingly.

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