SEKO Logistics delves further into e-commerce with partnership

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E-commerce logistics company MyFBAPrep has become the preferred Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA) service partner for Seko Logistics.

The deal will include co-branded products and expands SEKO’s offering to include FBA fulfilment services.

This partnership gives MyFBAPrep’s client roster of Amazon aggregators access to SEKO`s global fulfilment warehouses and an additional 4m sq ft of new warehouse space globally.

Seko launched an e-commerce business unit in January.

In addition to adding to their US footprint, SEKO brings a network that reaches into Europe, Canada and the Asia Pacific regions. SEKO will help support MyFBAPrep’s cross-border ecommerce expansion into additional markets including Australia, Japan and China.

Each SEKO warehouse is in close proximity to major ports and airports – allowing for a maximum of 24-72 hour delivery windows facilitated via modern facilities run by top talent with expertise in Amazon prep, ecommerce fulfilment and logistics solutions.

David Emerson, senior vice president of e-commerce at SEKO Logistics, said: “We are excited to partner with MyFBAPrep as they are a great fit with our overall e-commerce strategy and further our mission of being small enough to care and big enough to scale globally.

“Through this strategic partnership, we’ll be able to combine our extensive industry insights while leveraging MyFBAPrep’s technology-enabled platform to seamlessly service a new cohort of the largest Amazon aggregators and Amazon sellers that are driving the ecommerce market to record highs. We look forward to expanding our Amazon capabilities with MyFBAPrep.”

Tom Wicky, co-founder and chief executive officer of MyFBAPrep, said: “Amazon private label aggregators have raised over $12 billion in institutional funding and acquired hundreds of Amazon brands in the last year. This partnership with SEKO creates a truly global solution that allows these aggregators to quickly add top-performing warehouse nodes, consolidate their footprint and scale their brands, while reducing supply chain complexity.

“With this new partnership, we’re doubling our global footprint, while still being able to offer our customers the same level of five-star, white-glove service that we’re known for. No one else is doing what we’re doing in the Amazon FBA space and we’re excited to take our business to the next level with SEKO.”

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