Drop shipping for more stock and less space allows businesses to have more space in their office to optimise their staff and work in a faster more effective way.
Kingfisher Bonnington Plastics, poundline wholesalers, have a brand new offer to give customers whether they are long term, or brand new. With their new offer comes a great deal, giving customers a never before offered promotion in to the world of Kingfisher Bonnington Plastics. Their wonderful drop shipping offer is not something to be missed out on, by large and small companies alike.
An emerging trend in the drop ship business is private label drop shipping, in which a manufacturer produces a custom item for a retailer and drop ships it. The range of private label drop shipped items varies from simple key chains and t-shirts with custom logos or pictures to customized formulations for vitamins and nutritional supplements.
Kingfisher Bonnington Plastics offer such a wonderful service to customers now, in time for a wonderful and productive Christmas period. Have them keep their stock with them, and then send it out to customers as and when needed. Perfect for any online retailer to take advantage of. It means giving customers what they want without needing storage for stock. When retailers know they have all the stock they need to give to customers and get it sent out when it is needed is a great plus with a busy Christmas period coming up.
Two significant benefits of drop shipping are the elimination of upfront inventory and a positive cash-flow cycle. A positive cash flow cycle occurs because the seller is paid when the purchase is made. The seller usually pays the cheap wholesalers using a credit card or credit terms. Therefore, there is a period of time in which the seller has the customer's money, but has not yet paid the wholesalers.
Drop shipping also eliminates some duplication of effort, since only one warehouse will pick, pack and ship the product. This approach can reduce total inventory management and shipping costs. These cost reductions can subsequently reduce the price to the consumer.