Our new integration with Bergen Logistics

Topline: We are developing an integration with Bergen Logistics, a global order fulfilment company that specialises in fashion and lifestyle. This U.S. fashion fulfilment integration will allow brands who want to create a single partnership with a U.S. fulfilment house to do so easily.

In-depth: Earlier this month we announced the launch of our new distribution portal which lets users push clothing orders to a portal from where a distribution company can pick, pack and dispatch. This portal is now live and allows our users to fulfil orders in the U.S., Germany, France, and many other countries.

However, for UK brands who want a deeper and stronger trading relationship with the U.S., our forthcoming integration with Bergen Logistics will give them that. How? Bergen Logistics has 6 major distribution hubs spread across North America and orders can be individually picked, tagged, bagged, and packed according to customers’ needs, including bulk and flat-packed items.

Headquartered in New Jersey, and with hubs that include Canada and California, Bergen’s North America facilities are equipped with garment-on-hanger (GOH) speed-rail systems, automated sorters and auto conveyors delivering the ability to process orders quickly and efficiently, for traditional B2B distribution as well as DTC orders.

Our integration with Bergen will be ready following a period of testing and refinement, and we will reveal the launch date in due course. For i.LEVEL users it will be offered as a bolt-on module that can be installed and up and running in a matter of days.

If you’d like to know more about our U.S. fashion fulfilment integration with Bergen Logistics, or indeed any of our other 40 integrations that we offer (e.g. Asos, Zalando, Shopify, BigCommerce, and many more), please contact us on +44 (0)1234 761 757 or email . We’d be very pleased to tell you more or demo our solutions in person or via screenshare….


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