So, what exactly is 3PL? If you're new to the shipping and warehousing world, you're probably scratching your head at this term. 3PL stands for third-party logistics.
And what exactly is the definition of 3PL services? A third-party logistics provider, sometimes called a 3PL or 3PL company, is a firm that provides outsourced logistics services to client companies for part, or all of their supply chain management functions.
ProPack Is Your Warehouse
ProPack is your third-party logistics partner—warehousing and shipping product on your behalf. This allows your company to focus on manufacturing, marketing, and selling your product. We take away the worries of warehousing and logistics while letting you focus on growing your business.
You’ll be surprised by the amount of money you can save by using a third-party logistics (3PL) company like ProPack. If you are currently using a different 3PL company, ProPack may be a better fit for you, your company, and your customers because we’ve designed custom 3PL software to streamline your operations. We also collaborate with you to create an effective, cost-efficient plan that’s right for your business.
Why use our 3PL warehouses? Simple answer: because we can do It better
Logistics are what we've been doing all day every day for over two decades. Even if you have the resources to take care of your logistics yourself, ProPack offers supply chain expertise with great positioning within the supply chain itself, thanks to our multiple warehouses. More advantages?
Sharing Responsibility - ProPack shares responsibility for managing global supply chains, keeping customers and stores properly stocked, and delivering the perfect order every time to take some of the weight off your shoulders.
Reengineering Distribution Networks - Logistics outsourcing can be a quick way to reengineer distribution networks to meet global market demands and gain a competitive edge. Our software, P3PL, tracks the history of each SKU number, when and where every piece ships, when new stock arrives, and how many arrive so you stay in the know.
So, you already know that warehousing involves storing products, but you might be asking what exactly do these other service terms mean. (We know. There's a lot of verbiage in our industry.) Get ready for more definitions.