Warehouse service

Storage and warehousing services: China Overseas Warehouse provides item storage and warehousing services to allow Chinese companies to store their goods closer to their target markets. This reduces shipping time and costs and allows for faster delivery of goods to customers.
Order processing and picking: The overseas warehouse process and pick orders sent from China. They will select the correct products for each order and pack them according to the requirements in the order for efficient order processing and accurate delivery.
Goods Delivery: The overseas warehouse in China can handle the delivery and shipment of goods to ensure that they reach the customer promptly. They work with logistics providers to coordinate logistics shipments to provide reliable delivery services.
Returns processing: Overseas warehouses also provide returns processing services. If a customer needs to return a product, the overseas warehouse will receive the return and handle the return process, including checking the condition of the product, refund processing, and inventory management.
Inventory Management and Reporting: The overseas warehouse in China provides inventory management services to ensure accurate tracking and management of stored products. They also provide inventory reports and real-time inventory updates to help companies understand their inventory status and management needs.
After-sales service support: China Overseas Warehouse also provides after-sales service support, including customer inquiries, questions answered, and post-sales refunds. They work with Chinese companies to ensure that customers receive timely and satisfactory service support.
By setting up overseas warehouses in Europe and the US, Chinese companies can better meet the needs of overseas markets, shorten delivery times, reduce transportation costs, and provide faster and more reliable logistics services. This helps to expand overseas markets and enhance the competitiveness of enterprises in international trade.

Fulfillment for E-COMMERCE

When the Amazon warehouse storage capacity is insufficient, you can also prepare goods for the third-party warehouse in advance and replenish the goods to the Amazon FBA warehouse in time.
Fast delivery: Overseas warehouses in Europe and the US are located near target markets, allowing for the fast delivery of e-commerce goods. This reduces transit time, speeds up delivery, and provides a better customer experience.
Cross-border logistics solutions: European and American overseas warehouses handle the complexity of cross-border logistics, including customs clearance procedures, tax declarations, and compliance with local regulations. They provide one-stop solutions for e-commerce businesses, simplifying the international trade process.
Inventory Management: Overseas warehouses provide advanced inventory management systems to ensure accurate storage and tracking of goods. This helps e-commerce companies understand inventory levels in real-time, improve inventory management efficiency and avoid inventory shortages or overstocks.
Saving transportation costs: By storing goods in overseas warehouses in Europe and the US, e-commerce companies can manage and control transportation costs more effectively. Reduce international transportation distance and local distribution costs, while reducing the cost of returns and re-shipment.
After-sales service support: European and American overseas warehouses provide after-sales service support, including handling returns, exchanges, and customer inquiries. This helps e-commerce companies to better meet customer needs, provide good customer experience and enhance brand reputation.
Market expansion: By establishing overseas warehouses in Europe and America, e-commerce companies can enter the European and American markets more easily. They can attract more European and American consumers, expand their business and increase sales through faster delivery times and lower shipping costs.

Labeling and forwarding services

Dropshipping is a retail fulfillment method in which an online store doesn’t keep the products it sells in stock. Instead, when a store receives an order from a customer, it purchases the item(s) from a third-party supplier or manufacturer who then ships the product directly to the customer. In this process, the store doesn’t handle the inventory or engage in the physical fulfillment of orders.
The key concept behind dropshipping is that the store acts as a middleman, connecting the customer with the supplier. The store’s role primarily focuses on marketing and customer acquisition, while the supplier takes care of inventory management, packaging, and shipping. The store makes a profit by selling the products at a higher price than the wholesale cost it pays to the supplier.
Dropshipping offers several advantages, including low startup costs, as there’s no need to invest in inventory upfront. It also eliminates the need for warehousing and shipping logistics, reducing operational complexities. Dropshipping allows retailers to offer a wide range of products without the burden of managing physical inventory. Additionally, it provides flexibility by allowing retailers to test and add new products to their stores quickly.
However, dropshipping also has some challenges. Since the retailer relies on the supplier for inventory and fulfillment, they have less control over product quality, shipping times, and stock availability. Maintaining a seamless customer experience and managing customer expectations become crucial in dropshipping.
Warehouse OP help dropshipping:
Partnering with an overseas warehouse: The retailer establishes a partnership with a third-party overseas warehouse located in the desired market or region. This warehouse should specialize in dropshipping services and have experience in handling international shipments.
Product integration: The retailer integrates the overseas warehouse’s product catalog into their online store or e-commerce platform. This integration ensures that the retailer’s customers can view and purchase the products available in the overseas warehouse.
Order placement: When a customer places an order on the retailer’s online store, the retailer automatically forwards the order details to the overseas warehouse. This includes the customer’s shipping information and the specific products ordered.
Supplier coordination: The overseas warehouse, acting as the supplier in this case, receives the order details from the retailer and prepares the products for shipment. They handle inventory management, pick the ordered items from their stock, and package them appropriately for shipping.
Shipping and fulfillment: The overseas warehouse arranges for the shipment of the products directly to the customer. They handle all aspects of logistics, including customs clearance, shipping labels, and choosing the appropriate shipping method.
Tracking and customer support: The overseas warehouse provides the retailer with tracking information for each order, which can be shared with the customer. This allows the retailer and the customer to track the progress of the shipment. Additionally, the overseas warehouse may also provide customer support services, such as handling inquiries and addressing any issues related to the order or delivery.