Westside Baby Secures Much Needed Space for Kimberly Clark

Westside Baby is a non-profit organization that collects donations and distributes childcare products to families in need. They were just about to receive pallets of diapers from Kimberly Clark when they realized they did not have the space.  Unfortunately, Westside Baby suffered a fire in one of their facilities, which…

Event Sales Streamlines Reverse Logistics Buying Opportunity

Since 1985, Minneapolis-based Event Sales has been serving the reverse logistics needs of retailers and manufacturers seeking to dispose of excess merchandise. Event Sales has assortments and large selections of customer returns, closeouts, and clearance products. As a result, the company can offer its customers a great selection of high-value…

Global Point Saves Thousands Through Re-engineered Distribution

New York-based Global Point Technology has been a leader in sourcing components and assemblies for OEM manufacturers from Asia for over 30 years. With direct factory relationships as well as six jointly owned facilities in Asia, they combine the best of western standards and ownership with the cost benefits of…

Fun World Generates Thousands in New Revenue From Excess Warehouse Capacity

For more than 50 years, Fun World, an international wholesaler of holiday novelty goods has provided gifts, accessories, decorations and other items for all the major holidays including Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Halloween, and Christmas. What began as a small seasonal import business with sales of about $500,000 per year has…

Play Visions Toys Manages Growth with “On-Demand” Storage

When Play Visions, a Woodinville, WA -based importer and wholesaler of novelty toys recently introduced its newest product, the company quickly discovered they had a hit toy in their product line, as retail orders began to spike. However, they also soon found that orders exceeded projections and they did not have…

True Fabrications Saves $170k in Storage Costs vs. a Sublease

True Fabrications, a Seattle based wholesaler of wine accessories, was managing a major growth spurt. New orders exceeded projections and they didn’t have capacity in their existing warehouse to accommodate the influx of inventory. To get through their Q4 holiday peak, they estimated a need for 2,000 to 3,000 pallet positions…