Fulfillment Service


Are you an eCommerce brand searching for a dependable, rapid, and budget-friendly shipping method to get your products to your customers? 3PL fulfillment centers might be the perfect solution. Not only do they offer quick shipping times, they also provide secure storage solutions and can help you grow your brand.
A fulfillment center is a warehouse facility where products are stored until they’re ready to be shipped to customers. It’s typically owned by a third-party logistics (3PL) company that handles your order processing, packaging, delivery services, and more.
In short, fulfillment centers are used by businesses to store inventory, pick and pack orders for customers, manage returns and exchanges, and ship orders in a timely manner. This allows brands to focus on marketing their product instead of worrying about logistics.
KIN FURNITURE & MOVING LOGISTICS offers 3PL solutions to meet your business’ needs. Our services are designed with efficiency and accuracy in mind, helping you save time and money while streamlining the order fulfillment process. Reach out today to discuss prices and how we can help make your store’s shipping operations smoother than ever!

For online retailers who sell through Amazon’s marketplace platform (amazon Fba), using a fulfillment center is even more critical, since it allows them to take advantage of Amazon’s Prime program, which offers free two-day shipping for certain eligible items. Of course, with this service comes additional fees. Still, many sellers find it worth the cost once they see the increased sales volume that results from faster delivery times and customer satisfaction ratings associated with Prime memberships.

Utilizing a fulfillment center means you don’t have to worry about managing inventory or dealing with customer service inquiries related to shipping delays – your 3PL takes care of everything.


Scalability: A reliable fulfillment center will have the resources and capacity to scale up or down depending on your needs. This allows you to adjust quickly when demand increases or decreases without needing to invest in additional infrastructure or personnel.
Cost: Working with a 3PL can help lower operating costs by reducing labor expenses, eliminating warehousing fees, and offering discounted shipping rates due to their established relationships with carriers like FedEx and UPS.
Don’t have to deal with packing/shipping yourself: When you outsource fulfillment services to a third-party provider, they handle all aspects of order processing, from picking and packing orders through delivery confirmation. This frees up time for other tasks requiring more attention from business owners, such as marketing, implementing customer service initiatives that drive sales and growth, managing and loyalty programs that reward repeat buyers.
Take things global: KIN FURNITURE & MOVING LOGISTICS 3PL can expand into international markets, so if there’s ever an opportunity for growth outside of the United States, you’re supported, no matter where your customers are. This includes everything from customs clearance paperwork preparation to delivery tracking updates.
Improved conversion rate with fast shipping options: Customers today demand quick turnaround times when ordering online. Partnering with a reputable 3PL means access to standard ground shipments and expedited air freight services. This allows goods to arrive at customers’ doorsteps within days instead of weeks, making it easier than ever to convert browsers into buyers.
Enhanced analytics: Access to real-time data regarding inventory levels and order history helps identify areas that need improvement, so retailers and brands can make better decisions about how best to allocate resources moving forward, ensuring long-term success.
Customer satisfaction: By outsourcing fulfillment services, providers become more efficient, resulting in higher-quality products that are delivered faster, improving customer experience and leading to increased retention rates over time – ultimately creating a competitive advantage marketplace.