E-Commerce is the future of the logistics industry and we’re only now seeing the paths that are opening up thanks to new technology. Argents will be the premier provider of fulfillment and e-commerce solutions, bringing our expertise, enthusiasm and robust service options to veteran online retailers and new shippers looking to introduce an online retailing channel to their services.
If you are looking to take your 1st steps into the e-Commerce and Fulfillment world, Argents is in your corner.
Argents works with a comprehensive logistics customer engagement platform purpose-built for logistics providers to give our customers a seamless, intuitive, digital experience. This platform enables us to add visibility and efficiency to every step of the cargo journey, so you can access it when you need it. Your time is valuable and we don’t want you to miss a single step.
Compatible with the various platforms and shopping experiences, Argents is your click-to-brick partner for your e-commerce business. Easily integrated into your current WMS, we offer simple solutions for your fulfillment and distribution channels.
With the explosion of online marketplaces, the leading platform for American consumers remains Amazon. Their explosion of new warehouses and development of their own air and trucking network means greater opportunities and an additional, prominent channel to reach buyers. Their expansion into additional businesses including grocery, pharmaceuticals and business to business sales provides a platform for businesses whose own e-Commerce or retail initiatives are overshadowed.
Argents Express is an authorized FBA service provider.. Coupled with our international freight forwarding and customs clearance services, Argents is the resource for foreign and domestic sellers seeking to become part of the largest global marketplace outside China.
For the first time since 2019, the Global Affinity Alliance Annual Conference (GAA) took place from September 5-8 in Pattaya, Thailand. Representing Argents, Adam Sneed was one of almost a thousand attendees who came together for networking, meetings, a gala event, and an opening day team-building exercise that included dragon boat races by nine randomized… Read more »
A strike on the railroad has become possible as the thirty-day cooling-off ends Friday, and there are still two unions holding out for quality-of-life benefits, including vacation time, sick time, and the attendance policy. Due to the possibility of a work stoppage, many Class 1 railroads are initiating embargoes and service alterations to slowly wind… Read more »
East Coast ports are seeing record numbers of container volume, mostly from shippers looking to avoid the congestion snarls on the West Coast. However, at some East Coast ports we’re seeing the same issues as these ports don’t have the infrastructure to handle the increased activity. Others, like the Port of Charleston, have been watching… Read more »
In the interest of fairness, Kurt Schenkemeyer should have known what to expect at Argents. His father worked in management at Lufthansa for thirty-one years and Kurt himself was a twenty-three year veteran of the industry – ten years of which he spent in friendly competition with Dagny Chiappetta as they navigated clients, conferences, and… Read more »
In July, Anaheim, California was the site of the Trade Facilitation and Cargo Security Summit held by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Previously, this had been two separate occasions: the CBP Trade Symposium and the CTPAT Conference. They’ve evolved into a combined three day whirlwind affair focusing on the newest policies and thinking coming… Read more »
Before the pandemic, the logistics industry had a finite definition of peak season – late July through early December was the busiest period for shipping worldwide. In the post-pandemic logistical landscape, peak season became a theoretical concept to define an ephemeral spike in supply chain activity during two years of abject chaos. In fact, the… Read more »