What Do You Plan on Doing for Fulfillment?

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    Jonathan Bechtel

    This is an issue that frequently pops up with people who are getting started.

    I think everyone ultimately ends up outsourcing it, it’s just a matter of when.

    My opinion is that:

    1). This is a good thing to outsource as quickly as possible.

    2). It can be difficult to do this at first without a lot of unit volume.

    3). Pricing is usually byzantine and hard to decipher. It’s also a sticky service that’s hard to switch once you get started. It took me three years to finally get around to making a major change in my fulfillment process. It takes a large downpayment of planning and effort to get it right.

    Have you guys looked at any fulfillment houses in particular?

    Owner of Health Kismet . Open to answering any and all questions.
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    Jay Thomas

    I was planning on using efulfillment service. I haven’t gotten a quote from them but they seem well suited for people in our situation.

    I plan on using fulfillment as soon as possible but I don’t think I’d be able to if I make the product myself so it’ll depend on my manufacturer.

    Jonathan I remember in a blog post somewhere that you use fulfillment by amazon. Is that right? Their pricing seems fine but I dobut i’ll sell on amazon so I think there will be better choices for me.

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