APS Fulfillment, Inc. Weighs in on Why a Fulfillment Center Conveniently Located Near Transportation Hubs Is Essential for Customer Satisfaction

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APS Fulfillment, Inc. (http://www.APSFulfillment.com), one of the nation’s leading cost-effective fulfillment and integrated direct mail marketing companies, is weighing in on why using a fulfillment center that is conveniently located near major transportation hubs this holiday season is essential for both customer satisfaction and corporate growth.

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APS Fulfillment, Inc. Weighs in on Why a Fulfillment Center Conveniently Located Near Transportation Hubs Is Essential for Customer Satisfaction

Shoppers love to get online deals, but more importantly, they want to know they’re going to receive what they ordered and to know it’s going to arrive on time.

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APS Fulfillment, Inc. (http://www.APSFulfillment.com), one of the nation’s leading cost-effective fulfillment and integrated direct mail marketing companies, is weighing in on why using a fulfillment center that is conveniently located near major transportation hubs this holiday season is essential for both customer satisfaction and corporate growth.

For many retailers, whether they operate a traditional brick-and-mortar store or have an online e-commerce presence, the holiday season is one of the most lucrative and stressful times of the year. For starters, the holiday shopping season can account for the majority of a brand’s annual revenue and profits. On the other hand, the season’s hectic schedule means that issues with order fulfillment can be more damaging than usual to a company’s bottom line.

“Shoppers love to get online deals, but more importantly, they want to know they’re going to receive what they ordered and to know it’s going to arrive on time,” says Charles Aultman, president of APS Fulfillment, Inc. “When it comes to a brand’s reputation, few things are as important as the speed and accuracy of order fulfillment.”

There are a large number of reasons why consumers get justifiably frustrated during the holiday season. According to a recent study, 95% of shoppers feel the biggest frustration is receiving the wrong product; followed by the late delivery of an order (93%). In fact, a whopping 89% of U.S. consumers say they will take their business elsewhere if an item is delivered late. In other words, slow and inaccurate fulfillment can cost a company a huge amount of its potential future business. (Source: Capgemini, “Survey: Manufacturers Struggle To Respond To Real-Time Peak Demands,” Manufacturing.net, November 11, 2013; http://www.manufacturing.net/news/2013/11/survey-manufacturers-struggle-to-respond-to-real-time-peak-demands.)

Centrally located in Southern Florida, APS Fulfillment, Inc. is just minutes from Interstate 95, 18 minutes from the Port Everglades, and 20 minutes from the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. It’s also just 40 minutes from the Miami International Airport and the ports of Miami.

“Because of its convenient location near all major transportation hubs, brands that use APS Fulfillment, Inc. can have their products received, inventoried, and shipped in just two days. That means, products we receive by Monday can be inventoried by Tuesday and accurately shipped to waiting customers by Wednesday,” Aultman concludes. “At, APS Fulfillment, Inc., we help our clients exceed their customers’ expectations every day by shipping products accurately and efficiently.”

APS Fulfillment, Inc. is one of the United States’ leading cost-effective fulfillment and integrated direct mail marketing companies, offering affordable real-time fulfillment services to small, medium, and large companies. Its state-of-the-art technology provides turnkey solutions for high-volume perfect-match mailings, personalized direct mail, snap-pak mailers, postcards, and triple tabbed booklets. More information on APS Fulfillment, Inc. is available by visiting the firm's web site at http://www.APSFulfillment.com or by calling 954-582-7450.

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