E-commerce in Asia: WPIC Workflow Explained

Published on: July 25, 2022

E-Commerce in Asia WPIC Workflow Infographic

In this infographic, we illustrate our workflow processes to help international brands launch in Asia Pacific (APAC) via e-commerce.

5 Steps in Asia E-commerce Workflow:

1. Preparing Inventory

WPIC identifies exactly how much physical inventory your brands need to hold to have a lean operation and helps you prepare products for shipment to the Asia Pacific region and specific markets therein.

WPIC pays applicable import duties and taxes on your behalf, as well as ensuring the imported products comply with local laws and regulations.

Inventory is sent to WPIC’s owned warehouse facilities (with both both cross-border and domestic e-commerce options) so that order fulfillment can be handled for you.

Once a purchase transaction occurs, our warehouse staff picks, packs, and ships merchandise to your customers’ hands by integrating with local logistics networks on the ground in each country.

WPIC operates the store (including the point of sale) on the brand’s behalf and handles all financial reconciliation.

Once sales close and your customers are satisfied, WPIC expatriates the required funds from the APAC market into YOUR local currency (USD, GBP, Euro, etc.).

Let's take the first step.

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