Place your order and ship to one of our hubs in Europe or US.
We receive, count, and inspect your inventory. You'll also be able to check the status of each of your items at any time.
Our Team will begin prepping your units
We will print shipping labels on your behalf and ship to customers
We provide a variety of services for a range of industries. From temporary storage to complex distribution operations.
The past year was very challenging to all Amazon Sellers, no one expected that Amazon will force such restrictions and have such delays especially after the first COVID-19 wave. This means in 2021 we will still have uncertainty and every Amazon seller or brand should be prepared to any scenario. Having professional 3PL with stock ready to be shipped as FBM or sent to FBA is is the best option for better control and efficacy.
Waredock has fully serviced warehouses in Europe and in US. That means wherever you need your product, from Sweden to US (or both!) we’ve got a place for you.
We work with both arbitrage and wholesale sellers. Whether you are just getting started or shipping 10,000 or more per month, we want to work with you!
Since we hand pick each of our warehouses, you can rest assured knowing your products are safe and secure in our functional spaces staffed by trained, professional, and experienced handlers.
Yes – we work with all Marketplaces, we accept packages from anywhere in the world to our warehouse in Europe and US and ship them worldwide
Yes, we do! Please give us at least a 48 hour heads up so we can prepare for your delivery.
Our fees can vary to your specific and special requirements.
All you need to do is to register yourself via Get Started section. Our team will lead tell you exectly what to do and that’s it!
We support the folllowing Amazon marketplaces
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA): A method of selling on Amazon in which a seller relies on Amazon to fulfill their orders.
Once the seller (or seller’s supplier) sends their products to Amazon’s warehouses, Amazon will store the inventory and ship it directly to a customer (often through 2-day Prime shipping) upon receiving an order. Amazon also manages customer support and returns.
Fulfillment by Merchant (FBM): A method of selling on Amazon in which a seller lists their
products on Amazon, but manages all storage, shipping, and customer support themselves (or through another third party)
While 2020 was a whirlwind year for demand, with essential products for health, safety, and stay at-home lifestyles surging, 2021 could continue to favor similar products or bring further changes, depending on consumer priorities. In addition to high demand and low competition, Amazon sellers look for the right products to sell based on: categories with fewer restrictions and requirements, more durable and less risky products (to avoid damaged goods or unhappy customers), items that can be easily manufactured and affordably shipped, and products with reasonably
steady sales year-round, among other things.
We accept all goods that abide by Amazon selling terms. We do not accept hazardous material, counterfeit goods or any other Amazon prohibited items.
We do, however, you must have a full understanding of the processes behind Amazon. You are required to have a total understanding of how to create and list your own products.
We recommend checking with your favorite carriers for a quote on delivering your goods to our warehouse. Or you can request shipping by us. Costs of shipping to Amazon warehouse will usually be determined within the Amazon Seller system.
We can pack and ship your returns. You will just need to provide us the shipping label (usually prepaid by your supplier). We only handle returns for current customers who use our prep service for FBA or Pick & Pack Fulfillment
As the Corona / COVID-19 pandemic spreads worldwide, it has led to closure of many physical stores, creating supply chain issues, and highlighting the demand for health, safety, and other essential and stay-at-home items.
There are a handful of sales models a seller or business would consider, depending on whether they already have a product to sell, where they live, and their own level of experience with retail and e-commerce. To sell on Amazon successfully, however, the business model must have an effective fulfillment method and must be competitive enough to survive within one of Amazon’s global marketplaces.