XPDEL provides a full suite of services, including Direct-to-Consumer, Business-to-Business, and Food and cold chain related services.
FREMONT, CA: XPDEL launches its brand new 30,000 square-foot fulfilment center in Dallas, TX. The company is on a mission to empower eCommerce firms to manage accelerated growth. Responding to client needs for the PEAK holiday season, the XPDEL team introduced this facility in days with a vision to deliver exceptional customer experience.
"We are excited to add the Dallas Operation to our network of XPDEL fulfilment centers. Our operations are strategically located throughout the country to help our clients reach their customers faster and at a lower cost. Our facilities span from the East coast to the West coast, and are designed by our team of industry experts using LEAN processes and powered by advanced technology platforms for fulfillment and shipping," stated Bill Teller, SVP, Operations.
Victoria Staten, CEO of Famolare1969.com, stated, "We moved our business from our previous provider to XPDEL because of its team's extensive experience from Amazon and FedEx, real-time visibility into our inventory, live tracking of every order, and XPDEL's relentless focus on providing our customers the best possible experience. The Dallas location is perfect for both our inbound supply chain and the delivery to our customers nationwide and abroad."
XPDEL provides a full suite of services, including Direct-to-Consumer, Business-to-Business, and Food and cold chain related services. In addition to the firm’s nationwide integration with FEDEX, the USPS, and UPS, XPDEL offers an extensive same-day delivery network from all their locations. XPDEL prides itself on supporting custom and high-value workflows.
"Dallas is an ideal location for many of our customers. Adding this facility to our network offers customers improved shipping rates and time in transit over the more common bi-coastal model. We are also helping clients such as Garten.co expand its B2B food services and enter into the Dallas market," added Jon Johnson, VP, Operations at XPDEL.