Mesh Korea, which operates Booreung, announced on the 23rd that its fulfillment service volume reached about 130,000 in May, a 167-fold increase compared to the same period of the previous year.
The fulfillment service, launched by Mesh Korea in May of last year, is a one-stop service from inventory management of products to distribution processing, packaging and delivery on behalf of corporate customers.
Mesh Korea, through fulfillment centers located in Gonjiam, Gimpo, and Namyangju, which are key logistics hubs, is meeting the rapidly growing demand of corporate customers for not only fresh food and meal kits, but also non-food items such as clothing and shoes.
Mesh Korea’s fulfillment center is equipped with digital logistics processes such as refrigeration, freezing, low temperature maintenance equipment, logistics automation equipment (DAS), and AI transportation management system. It can integrate D2C last mile delivery (morning delivery, courier delivery) and B2B transportation for external sales channels of large distribution platforms.
In particular, by integrating and managing fragmented distribution data by sales channel, the accuracy of data-based decision-making, such as online demand forecasting and proper inventory maintenance, is being improved.
Choi Byung-jun, CEO of Mesh Korea’s domestic business division, said, “Recently, the demand for various sales methods and delivery methods has increased due to the business diversification of the distribution industry.” “The number of corporate customers who want to expand business opportunities by using more than 450 logistics bases and logistics networks is increasing significantly,” he said.
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