Rakuten Super Logistics Smart-Onboarding Expedites Outsourcing Process for eRetailers New Clients Ready to Process Orders in a Matter of Days

by Sarah Smith | Press Releases

Las Vegas, Nevada — September 28 2015 – Rakuten Super Logistics, a global leader in eCommerce order fulfillment, announced it has immediate openings for new eRetailers across its nationwide network of fulfillment centers located in New York, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Reno, Scranton and Austin. Holiday order volumes test all eRetailers when it comes to order processing and delivery times, eRetailers can still take advantage of RSL outsourced order fulfillment services to protect their online reputation and grow profits.

Fast onboarding of new clients, including inbound freight management, shopping cart integration, and inventory management, is available to high-growth eRetailers looking to outsource their order fulfillment. The dedicated RSL Smart-Onboarding team moves new clients through the process of getting up and running and ready to ship orders in a matter of days.

Rakuten Super Logistics is committed to onboarding new clients quickly. eRetailers passionate about partnering with an industry leading order fulfillment company choose RSL for fast and accurate inventory receiving, order fulfillment, and returns processing that drives customer satisfaction and repeat business.

The RSL 2 Day Delivery Network offers a competitive advantage, and an alternative to Amazon Prime, for eRetailers preparing for a surge in holiday orders.

Interested and qualified eRetailers should visit https://rakutensl.com/get-started/.

RSL services some of the most exciting names in eCommerce retail; prides itself on a partnership approach with merchants; and promotes a culture based on its Five Principles for Success. The RSL difference is the culture of shared rewards and recognition based on performance and achievements.

Founded in 2001, Rakuten Super Logistics U.S. (formerly Webgistix) is a Rakuten, Inc. (4755: Tokyo) company and a global leader in e-commerce order fulfillment. Rakuten acquired Webgistix in June 2013 to expand Rakuten’s global logistics network that spans 25 countries.