GLC's E-Commerce Fulfillment Services

GLC e-Commerce Fulfillment Services

GLC’s e-commerce fulfillment solutions are designed for speed to market, giving you a competitive edge.

From receiving goods and managing inventory to custom kitting and on-time deliveries, GLC’s core competencies are your e-commerce solutions. Whether you require fulfillment by merchant (FBM) or fulfillment by Amazon (FBA), GLC’s knowledgeable e-commerce department, along with our advanced warehouse management systems, will ensure a fluid and transparent end-to-end experience.

e-Commerce Services

  • Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
  • Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA)
  • Fulfillment by Merchant (FBM)
  • FBA- removals
  • Final mile delivery
  • Inventory Management
  • Kitting
  • Labeling
  • Pick and pack
  • Product testing
  • Shipping
  • Storage
  • Warehousing

Advantages of working with GLC

  • Worldwide coverage
  • WMS integration with all major e-commerce platforms
  • Inhouse customs brokerage
  • Amazon Approved Carrier
  • Over 400,000 square feet of warehouse space strategically positioned throughout the U.S.

Have questions about our e-Commerce Fulfillment Services?

For more information on our nationwide e-Commerce fulfillment services or to obtain a quote please contact us at quotes@glc-inc.com or fill out the below form and one of our representatives will be in touch shortly.

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