Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Los Angeles, CA - Feb 05, 2018 - ePallet has announced the official launch of their technology solution that benefits a long-neglected sector of the food industry — the full pallet customer.
The company, whose slogan is “True Wholesale,” provides an artificial intelligence (AI) driven platform that disrupts the existing supply chain allowing customers direct access to manufacturers’ products in full pallet increments. According to James Kwon, ePallet CEO, traditional food supply chain consists of layers of middlemen, which typically represent markups of 10% to 40%.
“We believe everyone should have access to affordable, quality food,” Kwon said. “We’ve removed the pain of selling and buying in pallet quantities for both vendors and buyers. With real-time, delivered pricing, and all the information you need at your fingertips, it is easy to save time and money with ePallet.”
“We believe everyone should have access to affordable, quality food. We’ve removed the pain of selling and buying in pallet quantities for both vendors and buyers. With real-time, delivered pricing, and all the information you need at your fingertips, it is easy to save time and money with ePallet.”
Kwon says ePallet handles every detail, so vendors can tap into the enormous LTL market without the headache and responsibilities of dealing with freight, billing, and customer service problems. “We do everything for the vendor, including the time-consuming job of making sure the customer has the needed information for making a purchase decision, including nutrition, pack size, spec sheets, and certifications,” he explained.
With the ePallet’s single-source platform, buyers can purchase in pallet quantities from a wide range of trusted, global and local brands. All products clearly display delivered pricing in pallet and multiple pallet quantities and include a 100% guarantee of getting exactly what’s ordered.
“It’s time for the food industry to make a move towards transparency and simplicity,” Kwon added. “With ePallet, we’re doing just that, using technology to bring down costs while making the buying and selling of pallet quantities effortless.”
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