E-Commerce Fulfilment

IMX e-commerce logistics solutions enables e-tailers, large and small, to plug into a sophisticated warehousing, inventory control, pick & pack and distribution systems.

IMX manages

  • Goods In – Utilising our istock software, providing you with verification of your goods delivered in
  • Pick and Pack – IMX operates a 7am production start allowing all orders to be pick & packed and dispatched quick and efficiently
  • Production of invoices, return labels, order confirmation
  • Uploaded despatch information and tracking data
  • Inventory management, warehousing & storage
  • Dispatch and delivery reports for tracked orders
  • UK & International Shipping Solutions for small packets to large parcels
  • UK & International undeliverable items and e-commerce returns handling

Customers with small or large complex distribution requirements are requesting complete end to-end managed solutions. IMX can take over from the front end web portal and seamlessly integrate an order stream and product management system to suit a clients requirements.

IMX’s logistics services are completely transparent from a supplier and cost point of view. This enables customers to select suppliers in the chain as well as change suppliers where demands change, for example, upgrading services for more urgent deliveries.

IMX has capability to integrate etailer online platforms such as Shopify, Linnworks, woo commerce and Magento into IMX Logicon shipping management platform.

Features

  • Integration of online platforms into the IMX Logicon shipping management system
  • Sophisticated warehousing, pick & pack and distribution systems
  • Stock management – including returns handling
  • Production of invoices, return labels and order confirmations

Benefits

  • Solutions tailored to suit your business – whether it’s large or small scale
  • Choose between using your packing materials or our own
  • Returns and undeliverable items handled efficiently
  • You select suppliers in the chain – and change them as your needs change

FAQ’s

Does IMX work with start-up businesses?

IMX offers start up businesses the help in hand they need to expand their business. By offering our support and expertise.

Is there a minimum order quantity per day?

No, we are happy to process any volume of orders.

Can IMX offer Inventory Control?

IMX can offer inventory control through our in-house system ipack. We can also report these figures back to your order management system.

Does IMX offer integration with Order Management platforms?

IMX has capability to integrate etailer online platforms such as Shopify, Linnworks, woo commerce and Magento into IMX Logicon shipping management platform.

How will Brexit affect parcels within the EU?

Packets and small parcels consigned to a EU destination require a formal declaration. IMX requires a full description of the contents along with the value and purpose (of use). If a client has the IPC / HS or classification (for duty and / or tax) that will also be welcome. IMX will prepare an electronic declaration for both export (from UK) and import (destination). The declaration is required whether the content value is under or over the destination country de minimis (for example, say €18 for the EU).

Clients may have a specific HMRC ruling on the value of the content of their products consigned by mail and if this is available IMX can prepare standardised reports for both export and import as well as code the outer packaging accordingly (this will be advantageous for low value packets and parcels).

Consignments to non-EU countries will remain unchanged – though please note: many countries are increasingly requiring detailed customs declarations. The current CN 22 / CN 23 without detailed descriptions and values and purpose for consigning main items will be quarantined for inspection. IMX is migrating from CN forms to QR coded data embedded labels. Details on request.

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