Additional square footage allows for growth with existing and onboarding of new customers
San Jose, Calif. – BR Printers relocated its Denver fulfillment/3PL and direct mail production operation to 5050 Moline Street, Denver, Colorado 80239. The 59,000 square foot space accommodates an expansive and improved layout in the fulfillment center for better workflow, more efficient materials picking and the ability to sell additional 3PL business.
9 bay doors accommodate the constant receipt of customer materials and shipments of the custom-built kits for over 30 fulfillment clients. Proximity to the main BMEU USPS facility streamlines daily direct mail drop off and entry into the postal system. Automated inventory management tools compliment the improved shipping and receiving operations.
“The Moline Street location provides BR’s customers and employees with well-lit and ample workspaces to produce direct mail, digital print, handwork and fulfillment programs of all shapes and sizes, “says Javier Marfil, Vice President Denver Operations, “freshly painted and newly BR branded, the spaces are welcoming, organized and highly functional.”
Adds Derek Giulianelli, Senior Vice President of Sales and VP Mountain Region, “An extraordinary amount of people power, camaraderie, and cooperation supported the move from the previous 32,000 square foot address in which we were bursting at the seams.”
One of the costliest aspects of running a business is order fulfillment and shipping. Working with a 3rd party logistics provider can save time, money and create efficiencies in your organization. BR creates custom built solutions to manage the warehousing and tracking of tens to hundreds or thousands of SKU’s, packing weekly, daily, or hourly orders and elevating your fulfillment program.
“The relocation of the Denver operation aligns with our overall strategic growth initiatives. “explains Adam DeMaestri, President & CEO, “Fulfillment services are anticipated to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.5% from 2020 to 2027. Expanding our base of operations allows us to capitalize on our already successful 3PL model.”