Tigers opens temperature-controlled Dallas facility

Hong Kong-headquartered e-commerce specialist Tigers has expanded into a new 86,000 sq ft facility, which includes a temperature-controlled area, at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport in Texas.

The new facility is headed by Jodi Flynn, branch manager, Dallas, Tigers, specialising in health supplements and cosmetics. It offers the full range of Tigers’ logistics services, including international freight forwarding, customs brokerage and order fulfilment.

Amber Braband, vice president, growth, said: “Our new Dallas facility is perfectly positioned to allow us to deliver omni-channel orders across the USA.

“Our global warehouse management system and SmartHub: Connect are integrated with customers’ order management systems, allowing for real-time order processing.

“Our eShop, which will be available to customers across our US offices in March, will enable customers to enter the e-commerce market,” she added.
Tigers is present in 16 locations across the US and is planning further expansion this year.

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