When deciding how to fulfil your product orders, there are a number of factors to consider. For all business owners, costs are normally the first thing they think of when it comes to selecting a product or service that helps them solve a problem or improvement their proposition.
Fulfilment costs in the UK vary by provider, due to the different components of eCommerce order fulfilment. Some fulfilment providers will charge fees for integrations, receiving goods, storage and stock replenishment fees, packing costs and of course delivery charges.
Some fulfilment providers keep their rates close to their chest, meaning you have to contact them for a quote. At Huboo Fulfilment, we’re up front and transparent with our eCommerce fulfilment pricing. You can find our UK fulfillment pricing here, and you’ll find that we offer the cheapest fulfillment service in the UK.
Remember eCommerce fulfillment pricing will differ between providers, so don’t just settle for the first 3PL you find.
Small eCommerce businesses can increase their profit margins outsourcing their fulfillment to reduce costs. Read the article on our blog.
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