ModusLink Corporation provides digital and physical supply chain solutions to many of the world's leading brands across a diverse range of industries including consumer electronics, telecommunications, computing and storage, software and content, consumer packaged goods, medical devices, retail and luxury, and connected devices, among others. With a global footprint spanning North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.
SFG offers proven technology and fulfillment solutions for the subscription, e-commerce, media, publishing, membership, association, and nonprofit industries using our highly flexible and scalable order management system, FlexOMS, as well as integrated full-service operations, FlexOps. FlexOMS + FlexOps helps companies manage their orders, inventory, payment processing, fulfillment, customer service, and customer data, all in one PCI-compliant environment in order to efficiently process orders and get them out the door on time.
As a privately held family business with over 150 years of combined experience, the Symbia Logistics team has provided facility-based supply chain support to a variety of industries.
Amware Fulfillment is a product fulfillment specialist that helps fast-growing companies scale fulfillment operations through every stage of their growth cycle. With distribution centers located across the U.S., Amware enables 1-2 delivery to 98% of the U.S.
From providing tools to appeal to international customers, to getting products to their doorstep, Asendia USA has the e-Commerce Solutions you need to serve the global market! With over 30 years of experience in the international shipping industry, we offer significant savings on postage. Asendia USA currently delivers parcels worldwide for several top brands in the Subscription Box industry. Our customized solutions reduce costs, improve transit times, and provide superior customer experience.
Ryder offers an e-commerce fulfillment solution to facilitate companies who retail online, offering an alternative to third-party marketplaces by fulfilling orders of manufacturer products direct to consumers. Retailers gain control over product selection, inventory management, pricing strategy, and customer service, all while maintaining critical speed to market.