Finlux sign fulfillment deal with eBay Enterprise

By Dan Wilson July 18, 2014 - 12:03 am

TV brand Finlux has struck a deal with eBay Enterprise that sees eBay handling their whole fulfillment and shipping functions. Rapid growth for Finlux means that they need extra capacity.

eBay Enterprise has over six million sq ft of fulfillment space in total and the partnership also includes an online delivery service with named day, next day and weekend deliveries.

Managing Director of Finlux’s parent company, Vestel UK, John Welbourn says “This is an exciting step forward in the evolution of Finlux, providing us with all of the logistical support that we’ll need to expand and grow.

“It will enable us to offer a whole new level of service, facilitating the development of faster and more flexible deliveries that can be easily tracked. Optimizing the very benefits for which online shopping is fast becoming so popular, the move will also consolidate our position as a forward-thinking brand of the future, affording us the possibility of continually building upon and enhancing our delivery service.”

Managing Director Europe and APAC at eBay Enterprise, Michael Kliger said: “Ebay understands the complexities of the global fulfillment landscape and has the expertise and scalability to quickly respond to its clients’ changing needs.”

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