Some of the UK’s biggest retail brands are now using dropship alongside more traditional fulfilment methods, to satisfy increasing customer expectations and gain the competitive edge

Simplehuman reveal how it automated its business to provide a trusted dropship service for its retail network

  • Find out why larger retailers and manufacturers are introducing dropship as a component of their fulfilment strategy
  • Discover how dropship is helping companies test new products, mitigate risks and manage market fluctuations
  • Take a closer look at some of the potential risks with tips on how firms can protect themselves and their customers
  • Advice from the experts on systems and processes to manage a robust and successful dropship arrangement


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Transalis has worked with many retailers and suppliers to help streamline their automation processes; enabling them to efficiently and cost effectively dropship thousands of orders direct from manufacturer to consumer. Dropship requires a robust, scalable and ‘always-on’ environment. Unfortunately, many companies fail to adequately automate their systems, continuing to rely on manual processes. This leads to a confusing mess of disconnected orders, lost shipping notices and missing invoices, which can be costly in terms of sales and brand. This is why we’ve compiled this report, to ensure you don’t make the same mistakes.