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Since 2003, Ameriworld has been assisting local and foreign companies in establishing their own operation in the United States for the direct sale and distribution of their products in our fulfillment center.

From our building by the Miami Airport we provide complete back-office operations, from providing office space, to handling the import and warehousing of their inventory processing your client's orders, shipping, invocing, collecting and depositing funds at your bank, and the bookkeeping of your complete operation.

Our services mininize the initial and on-going investment required to start your operation and provide the know-how and the structure required to ensure a successfull venture. Currently, clients operating from our platform are successfully expanding their companies and markets.


Ameriworld’s services are designed to reduce your fixed overhead costs so that you operate at a profit. For more than 15 years, Ameriworld has developed and sustained working business models for companies with seasonal sales and those in need of advanced logistics, information technology and customer support to help manage explosive growth.

There are reasons to consider outsourcing your operations to Ameriworld and to concentrate in your company's growth.

  • Companies that had experienced reduction in margins can now reduce their overhead and operate at a profile while freeing up time to fuel growth.
  • Companies with seasonal sales can run their fixed overhead into a variable cost, while adopting the size of their operation to the seasonality of their sales.
  • Companies that are experiencing an explosive growth and are in need of advance logistics and information technology can now electronically receive and timely process their client's orders and handle their complete operation.


Whether you plan to open a new local venture or establish a subsidiary in the United States, Ameriworld provides you with the services and facilities to start running your business in as little as one week.

Ameriworld' services minimize the initial and on-going investment required to start and run a company. You'll have access to funished offices, secure warehoursing, information systems that incoudes EDI, and a professional staff that works for you.

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The largest Home & Housewares Trade Show culminated its yearly exhibit in Chicago and left many of us, wanting more.

Even though we live in the Digital Era now and many of the tasks that were only possible at trade shows now can be done online; nothing compares the experience of having all the brands side by side hinting us upcoming trends with their new lines.

At the Housewares Show, we get to meet the leaders of the international brands revolutionizing the American market such as German kitchen utensils manufacturer Rosle or Spanish funky kitchen tool manufacturer Vigar.

  Rosle USA     Vigar USA

Another important function of trade shows is to help industry experts to analyze upcoming trends by noticing those items that start to repeat in different stands, such as Air Purifiers at this years’ show. It also helps to spot those products that have already saturated the market and that we will probably see less of it next year, such as to-go bottles/cups: everyone seems to have the “best design”.

Trade shows have become the ultimate Brand Awareness move a company can make:if you are not here, you are not on top of mind, plain and simple. It’s true that big retailers are increasingly asking companies to drop-ship for them and often times they have very high fulfillment requirements, but this is also a great opportunity to get that foot on the door. Even if you already have the relationship established, being here reassures your client your commitment to the industry. Otherwise is out of sight, out of mind.

  58 Products USA     Magefesa USA

From innovative & functional inflatable couches from Intex to cute and fun porcelain bowls with cartoonish faces from 58 Products and always reliable Magefesa’s kitchenware; if you came knowing what to expect, you were probably pleasantly surprised!

If you are evaluating the US market for your brand entry, a closer look at the last holiday season can help you to take the market’s temperature.

Kicking off the holiday season was a very successful Cyber Weekend according to Verizon’s data, which shows a 29.8% increase in ecommerce traffic on Nov. 24 and a 22.9% increase on Nov. 25.

Then came the December Holiday Shopping Season (from De. 1st – Nov. 24th) which according to Mastercard SpendingPulse, brought in a 5% increase in spending over 2017 with sales in the US (in store and online) that reached $850 billion.

Online spending grew by 19.1 percent compared to 2017 and contributed over 13 percent to total holiday sales. 

On the not-so-bright-side, sales at brick-and-mortar department stores decline 1.3% from 2017, partially due to the many store closings in 2018, according to Mastercard. However online sales for department stores grew a healthy 10.2 percent.

Products Sold the Most

  • Apparel made an impact with online sales growing 7.9 percent over 2017. This was the largest increase since 2010.
  • Footwear brands experienced a 188.95 percent increase in orders with the U.S. and European footwear retailers saw a 218.51 percent boost.
  • Gifts & Hobbies online retailers saw a significant bump of 171.26 percent in the U.S. and 188.13 percent in Europe.
  • Home improvement products were popular with consumers, with online spending during the holiday season up 9.0 percent over last year.
  • Online sales for home furniture and furnishings category grew by 2.3 percent, and electronics grew by 8.5 percent.

Biggest Trend: BOPIS

Buy online, pick up in-store was the biggest trend for holiday shopping in 2018.

BOPIS spending increased 47% from Nov. 1 to Dec. 19 compared to a year ago according to Adobe Analytics. As in-store shopping declines, brick-and-mortar retailers see BOPIS as crucial to their survival. It also appeals to retailers as they avoid expensive shipping fees.

Brick-and-mortar retailers that have embraced BOPIS include Walmart, which offers in-store pick up in nearly all of its 4,700 stores in the United States. Target has drive-up delivery to customers’ cars in about 1,000 stores.

Electronics and clothing were the most popular categories for BOPIS.

With this numbers on hand, make sure you keep a close eye on your e-commerce strategy as it seems to be a steady up trend.

In the current digital era, where online shopping and fast delivery are starting to become the norm, brands have to gear up for e-commerce in all aspects of their operation. Having an efficient online portal is definitely on top of the list but the next point in the checklist is reviewing your warehousing capabilities.

This guide speaks to companies in the following situations:

  1. Your Company/Brand manages their own warehouse.
  2. Your Company/Brand uses a 3PL Partner.
  3. Your company/brand is new and currently analyzing logistics options.

Situation A – Brands with Own Warehouse

In the old days, brands that wanted to have complete control of their operation ran their own warehouses, but as logistics for e-commerce gets more technologically sophisticated, this option has become too complex with the need to invest heavily in IT resources.

In order to effectively process e-commerce orders, the fulfillment warehouse has to invest in the software and systems needed to comply with multiple vendors platforms, routing requests, and complex operations that if they are not performed correctly, can cost brands a fortune in chargebacks, penalties and suspended accounts.

The inability to invest in the needed technology to effectively run a busy e-commerce operation leave many companies closed to the e-market.

Situation B – Brands Using a 3PL

In this case, we have brands that have been running their business with the same 3PL for a while and got comfortable. I often hear phrases like “we’ve been working with the same 3PL for years and they are like family”, which gives me the hint that they've gotten comfortable and this is not always good for business. Many times brands adopt their 3PL limitations as their own, and close doors to opportunities because "we cannot work with drop-ship" or "we cannot work with any other system than EDI" etc. 

These brands need to start browsing and comparing what is been offered in the 3PL market and investigate if their current provider is up to the industry standards and able to fulfill your clients' requirements.

Situation C – New Brand

New brands have a difficult time when selecting providers because they are not aware of their future sales volume nor of the complex demands that their clients will have. Often times, new brands start small but their order volume can shoot up fast with a specific promotion or entering in a popular website and if your 3PL is not ready to process a high number of orders daily or to set up a drop-ship with your client then your growth is capped.  

Next are some points to help Operations Managers to evaluate a 3PL company:

  • Can your 3PL fulfill the high volume of orders you might receive from running an online promo within the timeframe allowed?
  • Can your 3PL send your online clients same day tracking numbers so the risk of cancel order decreases?
  • Can your 3PL offer you full traceability so you can fight back unfair penalties by e-tailers?
  • Can your 3PL fulfill complex wholesale orders that require dozens of routings within the same order?
  • Can your 3PL handle international shipping & process the taxes and duties?
  • Can your 3PL receive electronically all your orders on real time?                                   
  • Can your 3PL control the order's priority to avoid late fees?

We hope that this guide is of help to many! For further questions or if you need an excellent 3PL partner, contact AMERIWORLD FULFILLMENT SERVICES, we can provide an efficient high volume e-commerce and wholesale fulfillment for consumer goods brands.


After seeing so many big box retailers shut down several stores (if not all) in the past 18 months

(Payless, Toy R Us, Kmart, Unlimited, etc.) I can only wonder if our kids will be able to picture

what it felt like to go window shopping.

With over 6,000 stores closing down in 2017/18 and a multifaceted e-tailer such as Amazon growing on multiple directions, the digital era is taking more than one brand by surprise and those who don’t adapt get quickly swallowed. 

The problem is that adapting to E-Commerce is much more than just uploading product pictures on the web and start selling. E-Commerce entails a whole different marketing strategy, heighten customer service and a complete re-structuring of product logistics.

From a marketing point of view, in order to sell online, you need to get in front of the right people, not physically but where they browse – not a simple task as there are many different preferences between your potential customers and there are also many other brands after them. Instead of just opening a shop at a mall and waiting for your clients to go to you, now you have to chase them virtually.


Customer Service also plays a crucial part on client retention and future sales strategy. Online shopping is such a democratic shopping experience where all clients have equal access to the same stores, (unlike physical stores located strategically near those who can afford them) that consumers develop a very strong connection with the brands - for good or for bad. This is why Customer Service is extremely important for e-Commerce: an unhappy client can leave an unfavorable review and influence potential clients yet to come.

And from a warehousing perspective, the logistics of an ecommerce operation is much more sophisticated and accurate than the logistics for shipping bulk merchandise to stores. For internet orders, you can’t miss a deadline, send the wrong item or send items with near expiration date. Furthermore, you need to be able to receive and process returns, which are very common in online shopping. Retailers' old logistics partners that were able to ship boxes of merchandise with weeks of notice need a very heavy (and pricey) IT revamp and staff training in order to become a fully functioning and effective e-commerce product fulfillment warehouse with only 24 hours to ship orders.

For many brands, the three challenges mentioned above are the reason they are not succeeding in the US market. Below are some suggestions on how to tackle them:

  • To develop your online marketing strategy there are a few good inbound marketing agencies that specialize in the subject such as Riezen (Miami) or Full Funnel (Boston).
  • Customer Service is always better if it is managed by your own staff. However, if you decide to use a 3rd party for this service, it's always better to pick a local company, such as TeleDirect (Florida) who will make your clients feel more valued.
  • In the logistics arena, Ameriworld Logistics Services (Miami) specializes in pick and pack services and currently serves thousands of orders daily with impeccable e-tailers’ scores.

If your store is turning the page onto this new chapter make sure you consider all aspects. For a 3PL specialized on eCommerces, call +1 305-777-0548 – we are here to help!


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Promotion, Promotion, Promotion – that is the formula to selling a product in today’s Digital markets.

Now, once the product has been sold, what is the key to retaining those clients and acquiring more?

In order to turn first time clients into repeat sales, you need to make sure that your clients receive their purchased items as promised. Once you excel at customer satisfaction your client will turn into fans and they will do the promotion within their network for you so it’s a win-win deal: repeat clients and their friends.

After all the capital you have invested in merchandise and marketing, to either enter into big e-tailers or to acquire your own client base, ensuring that the orders are delivered timely is the last piece of the chain reaction.

Bad logistics can cost you clients or if selling on third party websites, you can be charged with penalties. At this point of the process you will learn to appreciate an efficient logistics partner.

At Ameriworld, we have the experience, technology and staff needed to fulfill online orders complying with the highest standards in the industry.

Selling shoes, accessories, cosmetics, toys, clothing, gadgets or any other consumer good? Give us a call – we know what we are doing.

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