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Torqued Distribution Launches No Cost 3PL Service

Torqued Distribution has launched an industry-first No Cost 3PL service for the automotive and complimentary industries.

Torqued Distribution, creators of the Warehouse as a Service (WaaS) technology for the racing and performance industry, has launched an industry-first No Cost 3PL service for the automotive and complimentary industries. The Torqued No Cost 3PL gives manufacturers a full-time 3PL fulfillment solution in a unique combination with an established dealer network of resellers. Torqued warehouses, picks, packs, and ships the products at no additional cost beyond packaging and shipping costs. Orders are sent to us via a direct connection from manufacturers’ eCommerce store or manually from their supplier dashboard. The products will also automatically become available to all Torqued authorized dealers giving the manufacturer access to hundreds of pre-qualified, high-quality dealers. “Torqued’s new No Cost 3PL is a natural extension of what we do better than anyone else,” said Tim Trampedach, Torqued Distribution CEO. “Over the years, we’ve built industry-leading technology and warehousing capability for the automotive industry. Torqued’s No Cost 3PL expands those offerings by not only deepening solutions for the automotive industry but also by making those same tools available to complimentary industries for the first time.” The Torqued No Cost 3PL program is designed for Shopify stores; international manufacturers looking for U.S. distribution; eBay Marketplace and Amazon FBA sellers; and manufacturers looking to do omni-channel commerce via direct-to-consumer sales.

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