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About SKU

We have the space to bring on new customers and we can add staff or expand square footage if necessary.

SKU Distribution is a modern 3PL warehousing fulfillment and distribution facility headquartered out of Phoenix/Chandler, Arizona. It is the only warehouse operation with Foreign Trade Zone designation in the state of Arizona. We store it, love it, keep track of it, and get it where it needs to go. In order to have a successful e-commerce business, one must have a space to store and ship thousands of goods globally. That means an added cost of inventory and shipment. It is necessary to find an efficient and affordable way to get goods to customers or retail locations as the business scales. This is where fulfillment centers can support sales to make the process a whole lot more efficient. Several operational strategies have to come together in order for online retail companies to be successful. We ensure the process from point of sale to the time of delivery runs smoothly in order to fulfill a client's order satisfactorily. Not many companies excel at business-to-business, and direct-to-consumer (D2C) fulfillment and can do it accurately and quickly. We have enjoyed a 99.85% accuracy rate for nearly 3 years. We keep the promises that move the American Dream forward. Literally. From mom and pop retailers all the way up to massive retailers, we play the most essential role in getting goods where they need to go. We have created a company that improves lives by allowing retailers to focus on growing their brands rather than being bogged down by the hassles of fulfillment. 

Some key things about us you should know.

  • Our warehouse team has solid/long-term experience in their respective roles

  • Strong relationships with current clients – we enhance their success impressive company statistics -- 99 % accuracy and on-time shipping

  • Inventory available to sell within 24 hours of receipt

  • Desirable geographic location

  • Financially stable

  • Ability to work w/varied industries – from furniture to apparel with state of the art technology  

  • Integrate via API /EDI with over 120 marketplace/platforms

  • Lot control

  • Direct retail or direct to consumer

  • GOTS certified

  • Ability to scale quickly

  • Same day shipping with a variety of carriers

  • Each shipment is rated for weight and destination so that e commerce companies can increase profitability

  • Positive Team Culture

  • Reverse Logistics

  • Customer access to internal data 24/7

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Foreign Trade Zone

First in Arizona

SKU Distribution has been designated as the first Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) 3PL Distribution Warehouse and Fulfillment Center in Arizona. This development is a significant step in our commitment to providing top-tier logistics and supply chain solutions.

Companies that import goods always look for ways to make their supply chains more efficient. As an e-retailer, your success often hinges on your ability to balance costs and profit margins. Operating within an FTZ in Phoenix provides you with substantial cost-saving opportunities. When goods are within the FTZ, customs duties and taxes are deferred until the products leave the zone for domestic consumption. This means more money in your pocket and increased profitability.

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What is an FTZ?

Foreign-Trade Zones (FTZs) provide special customs procedures that help companies that conduct international business-related operations better compete with foreign plants. An FTZ also facilitates and attracts offshore activity and encourages retention of domestic activity, helping to create employment opportunities.

When you operate under FTZ procedures, your company is treated like it is located outside the United States for purposes of customs duties. That means that U.S. import duties don’t have to be paid on imported components entering your factory.

If your finished product is ultimately shipped to the U.S. market, you may have the option to pay the finished-product duty rate rather than the component duty rate — and many finished products have lower duty rates than their components or are duty-free. And if you re-export the finished product, you don’t pay duties on the component materials.

Other potential savings include avoiding duties on imported materials that become scrap as well as possible administrative savings and efficiencies.

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