What are some of the processes involved?
Some companies offer real time reporting and inventory tracking all day long on their system interface platform. Email alerts will be sent once a day to notify on inventory levels and depletion rates based on orders and statistics. When goods are returned, a detailed visual check on unopened undamaged products is conducted before returning them to the inventory. The returned good will immediately be back on the inventory system. Customers will be able to get an overview of their inventory at any time, allowing them to access data on products shipped, returns, postage and more.
Firstly, a setup fee is imposed for you as a new client. Next, when your goods arrive at the warehouse, a receiving packages fee is charge. A storage fee either by cubic metres or pallets is then charged depending on how large your goods are to be stored in the warehouse. A stacking and shelving fee per box of your goods is also charged. Per-order or per-item fee is additionally charged based on the quantity of goods in pieces. A packaging and boxing fee is also included if your goods are of odd sizes or an existing box needs to be broken open and repacked. Lastly, a shipping label fee is also included.