ShipBob has launched its services in the Netherlands

June 14, 2023 by
Frank Calviño

ShipBob, a global logistics provider specializing in e-commerce omni-fulfillment solutions, has launched its services in the Netherlands. 

ShipBob was currently providing services for supply chain solutions and fulfillment of global orders from the US, UK, EU, Canada, and Australia. 

The company was founded in 2014, in Chicago and currently has 330.5 million dollars in funding. It operates globally with a logistics network of more than 45 fulfillment centers in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Europe, and Australia.

With the Netherlands expansion, the company is opening its fifth location in Europe. The launch is a result of increased demand in the region. “As we have grown our United Kingdom and European business over the last 12 months, the next logical step was a Netherlands-based fulfillment location”, said Enda Breslin, GM of Europe at ShipBob.

ShipBob's alliance with Amazon fulfillment 

One of the main competitive advantages of ShipBob is its alliance with Amazon to provide a fulfillment option for online sellers that streamlines the process by which inventory is entered into Amazon’s network for delivery.

The Fulfilled by Amazon (FBA) Prep Automation service prepares and sends ShipBob merchants’ FBA inventory to Amazon for faster placement, allowing them to use ShipBob as their centralized inventory hub.

U.S. customers using the Automated FBA Prep service receive several benefits, ShipBob said, including automation of the process from order creation to fulfillment by syncing order and shipping label information between ShipBob and Amazon. Merchants can also prep orders directly from ShipBob’s dashboard and choose a ShipBob or Amazon prepaid shipping label.

A ShipBob application programming interface allows merchants to bypass Amazon workflows while ShipBob’s centralized inventory hub enables easy movement of items into Amazon’s or other retailers’ networks.

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