Our warehousing solution includes the storage of cargo on a small or large scale in a systematic and orderly manner and making them available conveniently when needed.

In partnership with our logistics network we’re able to provide a variety of warehouses which include: private, public, government, bonded and cooperative warehouses. A variety of choices for your shipment’s needs.

Warehousing requires effective inventory management, a science primarily about specifying the shape and percentage of warehoused goods. Our approach to inventory management involves knowing what is on hand and at which location.

We work with you to balance your needs and requirements with respect to time and place value of your cargo to help you minimise costs.

A private warehouse is a warehouse which is privately owned by wholesalers, distributors or manufacturers. Large retail and online marketplaces also have their own privately-owned warehouses.

Although generally more expensive than public warehouses, private warehouses can still be a great option for eCommerce SMBs if they need a major, long-term strategic presence in an important region.

A bonded warehouse is a type of warehouse that can store imported goods before customs duties are required to be paid on them. Authorities give companies using them bonds when they rent space with them to ensure they don’t face monetary loss at the time their products are released.

Plus, companies storing goods in them don’t have to pay any duties until their items are released. You can also store restricted items in them until their proper paperwork is complete. A bonded warehouse also offers facilities to store items for extended periods of time.

Such warehouses are perfect for importers as they can keep their items duty-free until they find buyers. They also have reputations as secure and safe storage spaces for goods, making them ideal for eCommerce businesses that specialize in cross-border training.

Public warehouses are owned by governmental bodies and made available to private sector companies.

Public warehouses can be lent for both business and personal use. If you’re an SMB owner and want to store your goods for a short period of time, a public warehouse can be a great option.

Although typically not that advanced technologically, they’re generally the most affordable and accessible option and thus a solid choice for eCommerce startups and SMBs.

A consolidated warehouse is another type of warehouse that takes small shipments from different suppliers and groups them together into larger shipments before distributing them to buyers. The catch is that all the shipments are intended for the same geographical location.

Overall, though, consolidated warehouses are a very economical way of order fulfillment,  especially for small businesses and new startups. The capital investment and volume of inventory required to use consolidated warehouses are fairly small too, making them a great option for eCommerce SMBs just getting off the ground.

A cooperative warehouse is a warehouse which is owned and run by cooperative organizations like a farmer or winery co-op. Both co-op members and those outside the co-op can store goods at these facilities, though co-op members benefit from reduced rates.

Great for you

Warehousing is a requirement for most businesses that manufacture import, export or transport goods. You might see it as an unnecessary expense, but it can actually save you money and boost your productivity.

Warehousing gives you better control over your inventory and ensures that your cargo is where it needs to be at the right time.

We realise that you want to know the estimated or guaranteed delivery time of your cargo. The faster, the better, no? We want to keep you satisfied and engaged, our warehouse solutions are pivotal to ensuring through and through service delivery.