Red Stag Fulfillment Making Hay While Sun Shines on Growing E-Commerce Market

logoThe e-commerce market is growing by leaps and bounds — who isn’t buying from Amazon, or Target, or eBay, or a major brand retailer these days?

That has created a niche for companies like Red Stag Fulfillment, a third party fulfillment provider that can handle that last stage of the game: inventory storage, packing, shipping, and returns, for eCommerce websites, both brand names and specialty e-retailers.

Headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, the company is helping firms who want to keep focus on manufacturing and marketing — and then leave fulfillment to the experts.

Red Stag picks orders, packs them in boxes, and ships them out the door.

“Our highly-developed processes and systems allow us to fulfill your orders with a high level of speed, accuracy and reliability,” notes the company. ” Need next day shipping? We can do that. Need orders placed by 5 p.m. EST to ship the same day? We’ve got you covered. When it’s all said and done, we put our money where our mouth is with our unique guarantee.”

Red Stag prides itself on its scalability, efficiency, and security.

“That’s what our storage services offer you and your products. We provide you with scalable storage based on your business needs, so that you only pay for what you use. Of course, everything is contained in a clean and secure location, all supported by our exceptional team and proprietary WMS technology.”

The “ugly part” of merchandise shipping? The returns. But even then, Red Stag works to make sure it’s a winning part of the process for retailers.

“Returns are a necessary part of doing business,” say company execs. “We understand this and we strive to make the process as pain-free and cost-effective as possible. We’ll work with you and your customer to determine the reason for the return, the condition of the item, and how to best handle the situation. In the end, we want to make sure you’re happy, the customer is happy, and your brand has grown in the process.”

Red Stag even offers space for warehousing and product storage to its clients.

As e-commerce continues to surge, companies like this one will have an increasingly critical role in how the process unfolds — and how it can become part of the brand marketing effort, as well.

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