Direct Order Fulfillment
After our planning and procurement departments have executed their tasks it is up to our fulfillment department to orchestrate the timely movement of materials through inventory and distribution strategies that are built to save both space and money. Our Inventory Management strategies are built off Just-In-Time and First-In-First-Out (FIFO) ran inventory control processes. JIT will increase your organizations return on investment (ROI), quality and efficiency, while FIFO is enacted to ensure that quality is upheld on all shipped products and components.
Our Built-to-Order and Built-to-Contract production processes are built to ensure your customer's demand is fulfilled right from the production floor. In doing this our goal is to lower inventory costs while reducing market risks.
We take initiative in fully executing all customs formalities and shipping arrangements necessary to ensure that the product is delivered safely and securely to your customers. We can directly ship product both domestically and internationally. To ensure that product is successfully delivered IRON Global prepares all necessary shipping documentation, such as Customs Declaration and Export Documents, and conducts a restricted party screening. Once the necessary documentation is completed the product is shipped and you are automatically notified of the product's delivery and are provided with the product's tracking information and on-line shipping and receiving status. In addition, IRON Global has the capability of producing customized client defined packing slips and shipping documents. IRON Global' clients can also utilize Programmable Labeling (SN, FCC/UL, Shipping, etc.).
- Kitting of FIG Inventory Items
- Customized Packing Slips and Shipping Document
- Direct Shipment to Customers
- Multiple Carrier Options
- Domestic and International Distribution
- Restricted Party Screening
- Customs Declaration
- Auto-notification of Product Delivery
- Programmable Labeling (SN, FCC/UL, Shipping)
- Customizable Shipping Document
- Freight Forwarding