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Bend, OR: Today, Realm Logistics, a specialized warehouse 3PL fulfillment provider announces their official launch. Serving the logistical needs of emerging action sports brands, The Realm provides both customized wholesale distribution and e-commerce order fulfillment services.

Integrating with The Realm helps remove the burden of a self-managed warehouse system. “We know the value of brand building and felt a plug-n-play warehousing solution was needed so emerging brands can focus its limited resources on growing and not worry about warehousing & shipping,” says Realm Logistics co-founder Justin Clapick.

The Realm embraces emerging brands and provides a warehouse venue that caters to their needs. With increased inventory accuracy, clear sales reporting and 24-hour shipping turn-a-round times; The Realm’s affordable service allows brands such as Drink Water, Crab Grab, SHRD, Solstice Supply Co. and Radical Gloves to scale gracefully.

Stephen Fox, co-founder and partner at Drink Water knows first-hand the value of a strong 3PL partner. “I packed the first 500 Drink Water orders in my basement; late nights after long workdays. When the team at Realm Logistics began fulfilling our orders, they simply changed my life. No exaggeration. They are good, trustworthy people who combine deep experience in flawless fulfillment logistics with seamless eCommerce synchronization. Their contribution has been absolutely crucial to our growth, but most importantly, they made it possible for us to focus on building our brand.”


Realm Logistics provides 3PL fulfillment services from its temperature-regulated warehouse based in beautiful Bend, Oregon. With 20-years of warehouse experience and flexible web system integration -- The Realm is ‘3PL Made Easy’.



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