How Do You Compete with Amazon.com? TAGG Logistics Gives Small e-Commerce Sites and eBay Stores Back-Office Muscle to Grow.

By May 22, 2007 Press Releases

May 22, 2007
How Do You Compete with Amazon.com? TAGG Logistics Gives Small e-Commerce Sites and eBay Stores Back-Office Muscle to Grow.

St. Louis , MO – TAGG Logistics adds Rover Renovations, Forrest Yoga and Sonic Shades to their growing list of internet-based retail customers. By outsourcing to a third party, these small e-commerce sites get access to warehousing, order fulfillment and shipping capabilities which typically are only available to larger internet retailers, giving them more time to focus on growing their business.

“It’s not the technology but the simple back-office storing, packaging and shipping that often becomes the bottle-neck for successful e-commerce businesses” notes Gary Patterson, President of TAGG Logistics. “Many of these companies have started in a basement or garage but as they grow, the owner struggles to keep up with storing and shipping higher order volumes. By outsourcing to a third party fulfillment company, these small sites and eBay stores can focus on adding product and growing sales.”

“It got to the point where I could no longer physically handle the day-to-day operations of my site,” says Dennis Altman, owner of Rover Renovations. “TAGG Logistics warehouses my product, downloads orders automatically from my site and ships to my customers. They even pool my shipments with other customers to reduce my shipping costs.”

TAGG Logistics is a Midwest-based third party logistics (3PL) provider specializing in full-service order fulfillment, contract distribution services and packaging, kitting and assembly.

To learn more please contact TAGG Logistics at 877-508-9486 or e-mail info@tagglogistics.com.