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Project Verte will fulfill orders from goods redirected away from Amazon DCs during pandemic


March 20, 2020
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Project Verte can accept shipments diverted from Amazon and fulfill e-commerce orders with them.

ATLANTA – On Tuesday Amazon notified its vendors and sellers: “We are temporarily prioritizing household staples, medical supplies, and other high-demand products coming into our fulfillment centres so that we can more quickly receive, restock, and deliver these products to customers.”

Project Verte Inc is stepping to help those vendors full e-commerce orders.

The company has a robotic fulfillment centre ready to receive goods from those sellers and brands impacted by restrictions from their fulfillment provider. Project Verte can rapidly respond to receive redirected inbound goods.

In a statement it claims it can integrate with eCommerce platforms and third-party technology providers such as Shopify, Magento, Big Commerce, Woo Commerce, SPS Commerce, Shipstation, and others. “Turn-key integrations to Amazon, Walmart, eBay, and 90+ other marketplaces will streamline sales across multiple channels into one central platform,” it claimed.

Project Verte’s 750,000-square-foot fulfillment centre in Atlanta deploys automated robots to receive, control inventory, and pick, promoting less human contact and more accurate inventory assessment.

Fees are a single-digit percentage of the order value of seller’s shipments and include integration, receiving, storage, pick, and pack with access to a blockchain seller portal.