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Shiprocket Opens Fulfillment Centers In 4 Major Indian Cities

New Delhi, December, 15th, 2020: More than 70% of shipments in D2C eCommerce take an average of 5 days to reach buyers, while those through Amazon take less than 3 days. With the COVID-19 pandemic, eCommerce in India has grown multifold, and along with it, the consumer expectations around instant gratification for every category of online shopping. To address this gap in the market, Shiprocket, India’s leading tech enabled D2C logistics aggregator, has launched its own fulfillment network across 4 major cities in India. 

This is another step towards making Amazon-like shipping available to the millions of D2C shippers in the country. Shiprocket continuously strives to make post-purchase consumer experience better.  With state-of-the-art warehousing facilities and elastic capacity, the network can manage order volume spikes and scale fulfillment operations for merchants no matter what their size Shiprocket fulfillment centers are currently present in Bangalore, Delhi NCR (Delhi & Gurgaon), Kolkata and Mumbai with plans to launch 15 more locations in the coming year.

Shiprocket Fulfillment (SRF) offers end-to-end warehousing and fulfillment solutions to D2C sellers selling either through their own website (Shopify, Woocommerce, etc), social media channels or B2C marketplaces (Amazon, Flipkart). The platform provides a fully automated end to end workflows – right from sending the inventory to dispatching and tracking orders and is pre-integrated with multiple sales channels (such as Amazon, Shopify, etc) to allow for seamless data and operations processing.

Moreover, with SRF’s fulfillment experts following appropriate packaging standards that ensure safe transport, storage and handling, the buyer experiences seamless and damage-free package delivery. Consequently, a smooth buyer experience enables them to repeat their purchase from that seller. This repeat and referral traffic grows significantly for the seller, signifying a win-win for both the parties.

Speaking on the new venture, Mr. Saahil Goel, CEO, and Co-Founder of Shiprocket said, “Usually, enterprise businesses can afford formal warehousing and fulfillment, as opposed to SMBs, because it isn’t cost-effective for their business and requires upfront investments. Our unique pricing model is easily accessible for businesses of any size, who wish to take a step forward towards effectively managing their fulfillment operations. There is no minimum lock-in period and the sellers can work on a month-on-month basis with us.”

Source: Business World

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