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Ecommerce logistics refers to the activities involved in inventory storage and delivery for an online store or marketplace, including inventory control and online order picking, packaging, and shipping.

On any given day, with so many millions of packages transported around the world, it is essential that processes are in place to keep them on track and ensure that they are delivered on time to the right place.

Daasom Ecommerce logistics begins with the producer transferring inventory and lasts until it ends up at the destination of the final customer. Fulfillment is one of the most important aspects of logistics for e-commerce, including:

  •  Management of inventory
  • Storage and warehousing
  • Order fulfillment or orders for picking, packaging, and delivery


Each of these components is a world of complexity in itself, and it is no small task to keep them all working smoothly together.

In a fulfillment center near to the location of that client, we have sufficient stock levels. And even during peak and holiday seasons, our 3PL is reliable and capable of fulfilling orders at speed.

In the end, any lapse of coordination or execution within the supply chain may have a detrimental effect on the consumer’s experience.

Five cart-to-customer variables

Looking back 30-40 years ago, between manufacturers and retailers, there was a reasonably straight line. As e-commerce has expanded and become a worldwide channel, inbound and outbound logistics processes have become even more complicated. More moving parts and intermediaries are now available that help ensures that goods meet consumers.

  1. Providers

Those who have inventory ready to ship to a business destination are suppliers or manufacturers. After a purchase order has been issued, they produce the goods and send them to fulfillment or distribution centers.

  1. Centers for fulfillment

The large warehouses that keep inventory close to the final customer are fulfillment centers. Each order is selected, packed, and delivered as soon as it is placed to ensure timely delivery. Fulfillment centers may be owned or leased by an e-commerce company or by a third-party logistics company (3PL) that offers several brands as a specialist retail fulfillment company.

  1. Distribution centers

For direct-to-consumer (DTC) and B2B orders, major e-commerce vendors have their goods in various locations in the US or the world. Instead of storing all the inventory in one spot, which can lead to longer delivery times and more costly shipping costs, breaking merchandise allows DTC orders to be delivered faster.

For B2B orders, you can opt to use a separate facility that needs different DTC order fulfillment processes. The variations include specifications for packaging, warehousing needs for e-commerce, and ultimate shipping destinations and customer types.

  1. Facilities for sorting

Facilities that sort goods are generally for large-scale e-commerce stores that move several SKUs in bulk quantities.

  1. The Airlines

Transporting goods to their destination is done by shipping carriers. In your eCommerce business, Daasomlogistics will help you.