and helps grow brands
eCommerce sales continue to go from strength to strength. We’re here to help you provide an exceptional experience that delights your customers and delivers your brand promise.
Established retailers play a key role in putting your brand in front of new customers. We do the heavy lifting, with B2B order fulfillment and EDI services built to get your products on shelves quickly and efficiently.
And moving products from our warehouses to your customers not only increases sales but increases brand awareness and loyalty. We are the last to touch your product, a responsibility that defines everything we do. Excellence in the execution of this step is crucial to your brand.
The Capacity Difference
Where do we start?
stable and scalable
in the us & the uk
Harmonized order fulfillment synthesizes a range of services. Capacity crafts unique product fulfillment solutions for every client, blending the most appropriate technology with old-school experience, hard work, and a passion that is unmatched. We have our own distribution teams and facilities across the US, and in the UK. We are ready to grow your global brand.
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- “What brought us to Capacity? It was their reputation, references, their investments in technology and growth and a focus on continuous improvement.”Laura Shaff, COOMoon Juice
- “We have been partners with Capacity now for over 15 years and they’ve clearly demonstrated that they’re there to help us scale our business to where we want to be, no matter how daunting the challenges.”Jacqui Doran, Executive Director, OperationsKorres USA Ltd.
- “Our partnership we have with Capacity is exactly what we need and value when growing our brands in the US and beyond.”Sharon del Valle, General ManagerKOSÉ America, Inc.
Capacity is ready to get your business moving
Yes, the summer may be in full swing, but every fulfillment professional we know already has an eye on planning for peak season.
Even with a return to some semblance of normality after 18 months of pandemic conditions, the 2021 holiday season is likely to present some unique logistics challenges.
This article examines how last year changed the landscape of holiday shipping, what brands can expect to see when order volumes start to surge again at the tail end of 2021, and how to make plans for a peak season that will again test many sections of the supply chain.What to Expect as the Holidays Approach …