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As e-commerce growth continues to pressure businesses to get goods out the door faster, many are outsourcing their warehousing, ecommerce and fulfillment needs. Partnering with MVP’s experts gives you the flexibility to adapt to your specific warehousing, ecommerce and fulfillment needs. As a full-service transportation and logistics partner, MVP understands how important warehouse management and distribution planning are to your company’s success.


MVP ‘s ecommerce is controlled by our WMS – Wolin Design Group which handles all order management, inventory management, ecommerce shipping, and is custom integrated on a per client basis. No matter the size of your business, we can build a solution custom tailored to your needs. MVP’s WMS easily integrates with ecommerce platforms and marketplaces. 


At MVP, our focus is on building solutions that suit a specific need in every area of a complete supply chain, and across a variety of industries. Whether it is one service or a combination of many services, we can do it and do it well. Across all of our warehouse sites we are doing 1000+ ecommerce orders per day. We have extensive experience with large eCommerce retailers like Amazon, Walmart and Target and are able to meet must arrive by date (MABD) demands. MVP partners directly with Shopify, Amazon, SPC, Wayfair, Walmart, Target, and many other platforms and marketplaces to streamline order fulfillment for your business.



Systems to support EDI integration and automated order processing whenever possible.

we cater the following:

Warehouse Receiving

License Plate

UPC / Barcode Scanning and System Storage


Inbound Pictures

Cross Docking

Kitting/Labeling Projects

Inbound Scheduling visibility (CO-Plan)

Cycle Count

Full Inventory

Pictures and Quality Control

Scrapping and Destruction of Obsolete Goods

Customizable Shipping Reports

Customizable Daily inventory Reports

Short Term Storage Needs

Storage And Inventory Control

Order Fulfillment

Order Integration

Consumer Orders

Retail Orders

Label Printing and Tracking

Quality Control at Packing Station

Packaging Materials

Packing Slips

Account Management Available

Truck Loading

Staged Trailers for Parcel Shipments


Seals for Containers and Truckloads

Hassle Free Outbound Scheduling

Outbound Shipping


When it’s time for your goods to leave the warehouse onto their destination, we’re there every step of their journey. Our distribution services include pool distribution, drayage, cross docking, transloading Less Than Truckload (LTL) and Truckload (FLT) shipping.


When choosing ground freight shipping, there are two key options. Less than truckload (LTL) means your shipment of goods doesn’t require the whole space of a truckload. Full truckload (FTL) means your shipment does take up an entire truck’s weight or space capacity. MVP Logistics provides both LTL and FTL shipping along with comprehensive project management and supply chain management to ensure your shipment arrives on time.


MVP understands the intricacies of international shipping services and we manage the details of your overseas shipments from pickup to delivery. We expedite customs clearance, consolidate shipments to save money and handle all the routing and scheduling for every shipment.


Frequently Asked Questions

Warehousing and distribution services are crucial for businesses who require storing inventory, transporting products and inventory management. Industries that benefit from warehousing and distribution include retail, manufacturing, wholesale, e-commerce, healthcare, food and beverage, automotive, construction, technology and aerospace.

  • Cost savings: Outsourcing your warehousing, fulfillment process and distribution operations spares your business of overhead expenses. When a business manages its own warehouse and distribution center, it incurs overhead expenses that include rent or mortgage payments, purchasing or leasing forklifts, conveyor belts, etc., and hiring and training staff to manage the inventory, fulfill orders and transport goods.


  • Improved efficiency: Warehouse and distribution services have the expertise and resources to manage inventory efficiently, fulfilling orders quickly and providing transportation management.


  • Grow your business: Businesses can easily scale their operations up, or down, as needed with flexible warehousing and distributing solutions.


  • Access to technology: Businesses can exceed their customer expectations by providing them with customized solutions using advanced technology including warehouse management system (WMS) and transportation management system (TMS).


  • Increased focus on core business activities: By choosing to outsource supply chain management to a third-party logistics provider, business owners can focus on their core competencies rather than worrying about managing a complex supply chain.
  • Optimize warehouse layout: The layout of a warehouse should be designed to minimize travel time for workers, ensure efficient use of space, and accommodate different types of products.


  • Train staff effectively: Staff should be trained on proper handling techniques for different types of products, as well as safety protocols to prevent accidents or injuries in the warehouse.


  • Monitor inventory levels regularly: Regular monitoring of inventory levels can help businesses avoid stockouts or overstocking situations that can lead to lost sales or excess inventory costs.


  • Use data analytics to make informed decisions: Data analytics tools can provide insights into key performance indicators such as order fulfillment rates, inventory turnover, and labor productivity.


  • Continuously improve processes: Businesses should regularly review their warehousing and distribution processes to identify areas for improvement and implement changes as needed.
  • Warehouse Management System (WMS): a WMS can help track inventory levels, monitor order fulfillment and manage the movement of goods in the warehouse.


  • Transportation Management Systems (TMS): TMS software helps businesses manage transportation routes, schedules, and costs to ensure timely delivery of goods to customers.


  • Automated Storage and Retrieval Systems (AS/RS): AS/RS systems use automated machinery to move goods within a warehouse, reducing labor costs and increasing efficiency.


  • Robotics: Robots can be used for tasks such as picking, packing, and palletizing goods, reducing the need for manual labor in the warehouse.


  • Radio Frequency Identification (RFID): RFID technology uses radio waves to track the movement of goods within a warehouse or supply chain, providing real-time visibility into inventory levels and location.


  • Barcode Scanning: Barcode scanning technology allows workers to quickly scan product barcodes to track inventory levels and monitor order fulfillment.


  • Voice Recognition: Voice recognition technology allows workers to communicate with computer systems using voice commands, improving accuracy and speed in order fulfillment processes.

Choosing the right warehousing and distribution services provider for your business is an important decision that can impact your operations, customer satisfaction and bottom line. Here are some factors to consider when selecting a provider:

  • Location: Consider the location of the warehouses in relation to your customers and suppliers. Look for a distribution center near major transportation routes for timely delivery of goods.


  • Capacity: Assess their capacity to handle your current and future inventory needs. Look for flexible storage options that can accommodate changes in demand.


  • Technology: Evaluate the use of technology such as WMS, AS/RS, RFID, and barcode scanning to ensure efficient and accurate order fulfillment processes.


  • Experience: Look for providers with experience handling products like yours in terms of size, weight, fragility, and other characteristics.


  • Reputation: Research their reputation by reading online reviews, checking references, and asking for case studies or success stories from previous clients.


  • Cost: Compare pricing structures among potential providers to ensure you are getting competitive rates without sacrificing quality of service.


  • Customer service: Evaluate the provider’s responsiveness, communication skills, and willingness to work with you on custom solutions or special requests.

Measuring the effectiveness of your warehousing and distribution services provider is crucial to ensure they are meeting your needs and providing value to your business.

Here are some key performance indicators (KPIs) you can use to measure their effectiveness:

  • Order accuracy: Measure the percentage of orders fulfilled accurately and delivered on time.


  • Inventory accuracy: Measure the accuracy of inventory levels in the warehouse, including stock counts, location, and condition.


  • Turnaround time: Measure the time it takes for goods to move through the warehouse, from receipt to shipment.


  • Capacity utilization: Measure how much of the warehouse’s capacity is being used at any given time.


  • Cost per unit: Measure the cost of warehousing and distribution services per unit of product shipped.


  • Customer satisfaction: Survey customers regularly to gauge their satisfaction with delivery times, order accuracy, and overall service quality.


  • Return rate: Measure the percentage of products returned by customers due to issues such as damage or incorrect orders.



MVP is amazing! They always pull through on the most chaotic of jobs, and we definitely couldn’t get it done without them. Any and all requests are quickly taken care of, and all shipments are dispatched and out the door without a fuss. The name is MVP because they are the MVP of shipping.


Printing Industry


The online portion [of my service] is going really well. I find it very efficient/fast trying to get orders processed, which is great!

Saves me a lot of time during the day to dedicate the extra time elsewhere, so thank you guys over there at MVP!


Crown Plastics Inc.


MVP has done an excellent job of owning our brand as their own. The warehouse team has a deep understanding of our products and systems, which has been critical in both of these processes, where they catch manufacturing issues on the way in, and act as a last line of defense before orders ship.


Clothing Fulfillment Customer