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Welcome to ACT Fulfillment

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Why ACT Fulfillment?

ACT Fulfillment, Inc. has been providing supply chain solutions in warehousing and fulfillment services since 1994. Many respected companies trust our experience and service to ensure their products are handled efficiently into the retail supply chain. We at ACT Fulfillment are committed to partnering with companies throughout the country to receive, inspect, and ship their merchandise as if it were our own. Each step we take with your merchandise is recorded in our WMS (Warehouse Management System). We understand that our customers depend on us to be their eyes and ears, to ship their freight on the "start ship" date whenever possible, to be certain that we are following routing instructions to avoid chargebacks, and we at ACT Fulfillment take that responsibility very personally. Our goal at ACT Fulfillment is to build relationships with our customers that go above and beyond other 3rd party distribution and fulfillment warehouses. We would welcome the opportunity to answer any questions you might have and look forward to working closely with you for years to come.

History

ACT Fulfillment, Inc. began as a division of All Cartage Transportation in 1995 primarily pre-packing merchandise for clothing and shoe vendors shipping into Costco Wholesale. We began our operation in 5,000 square feet of fenced off warehouse space and a small office. As we developed our relationships with these manufacturers and parallel importers our business and space requirements grew exponentially, so in the first 3-4 years of providing fulfillment services we found ourselves in 2 or 3 buildings at any given time. In early 1999, we decided that we needed a single building to grow our business; so we made what we considered at the time a huge move and signed a 3 year lease on 60,000 square feet of warehouse space in the Ontario, CA area. Although it seemed very large at the time our business continued to grow with current and new customers. A big win for us in 2000 was to become the West Coast Distribution Center for Burlington Coat Factory. Once again we found ourselves in a second building to manage the space needs of our customers. Two short years later our lease was up, so my partner and I purchased a new 104,000 square foot building directly across from the Ontario, CA International Airport. In 7 years we had managed growth of 20% to 25% each year and moved in and out of 6 different facilities. My thoughts at this time were that this would be the last move I would ever make. Little did I know.

Burlington Coat Factory grew as did our other customers and within 18 months we were once again looking to expand the space we managed. After securing short term leases on a variety of different buildings we were able to secure 288,000 square feet in the building right next door. Our intention was to have Burlington Coat Factory occupy the majority of the space and use the balance for merchandise that didn’t move as quickly as the rest of our business. Unfortunately, there are no guarantees in life. Not long after we signed the lease on the building next door, we received the call from Burlington informing us that they had decided to open their own facility on the West Coast. We knew this could happen someday but really were not expecting it right at that moment.

That said, you pick yourself up, brush yourself off and plan your next move. Luckily for us Burlington needed time to find their new facility which gave us time to bring in more business. We leased out the building we owned and consolidated our business into the 288,000 square feet. Even though Burlington Coat Factory had represented 70% of our gross revenue in 2005 and 41% in 2006 we were able to grow the company revenues in 2007 by 12.5%.

In 2009 we moved into a 600,000 square foot building in Mira Loma, CA.

In 2013 we exceeded 1 million square feet by adding a second building in Fontana, CA. A third building will be added by summer 2016.

ACT Fulfillment, Inc. continues to grow and prosper because of the customers we have and the employees we have been fortunate to attract. We hope that you will give us the opportunity to serve you as well.

Services



Receiving Your Product


• Coordinate with inbound carrier to expedite your shipment into our facility

• Unload, complete minimal QC, and segregate product into like pre-packs (SKUS) and palletize accordingly

• Scan all pallets into location for inventory control

• Notify you (the customer) of all product received



Handling Your Product


Clothing

• Add or remove hanger

• Add or remove bag

• Add or remove hang tag

• Pre-packing or assorting as directed

• Pick and pack


Shoes

• Add or remove hang tag

• Pre-packing or assorting as directed

• Pick and pack

• Minor cleaning

• Adding tissue





Shipping Your Product


• Receive your orders via EDI or other type of transmission

• Provide complete routing services with all department stores, mom and pop Retailers shipping truck load, LTL, or parcel (UPS/FedEx)

• Print UCC128 shipping labels and proper Vics BOL

• Proper placement for shipping labels on all cartons based on the routing guide instructions

• Floor load or pallet based on customer specification

• Send EDI or other transmission based on customer specification

Other services


• Building displays as directed

• Assembly as directed

Contact Us

Corporate Office


ACT Fulfillment, Inc.
3155 Universe Drive
Mira Loma, CA 91752


Phone: (909) 930-9083
Fax: (951) 361-9038


Management Team

Randy Cox



Randy has over 30 years of Transportation/Distribution experience. Shortly after leaving the military in 1970 Randy joined Shulman Air Freight Inc. Starting as a Night Rate Clerk and going to college during the day, Randy was able to work his way up in the company to a Customer Service Representative position, then Customer Service Manager, and finally Sales Representative where he increased sales dollars from $10,000 per month in his territory to $100,000 per month after just 6 months on the job. When Shulman filed for bankruptcy in 1978, Randy and a partner opened All Cartage Transportation. Buying trucks from the failed company the two partners were able to put together a fleet of 6 trucks which was the beginning of All Cartage Transportation Inc. After years of building a local and airfreight Transportation Company; the opportunity arose to enter into the Warehouse/Fulfillment/Distribution side of the business. Since it was one of Randy’s customers that was needing this type of work, it was Randy that had to take the bull by the horns (so to speak) and make this happen. That is when ACT Fulfillment was established. After many years of hard work by a large group of dedicated people we find ourselves with a company that continues to grow and prosper.


Richard Maya



Richard joined the firm in 1999 and immediately proved to be an asset to the company. Richard brought drive, dedication, great communication skills and a tireless attitude. Working hard with others Richard has made superior customer service a cornerstone of ACT Fulfillment. Even with long working hours building ACT Fulfillment, Richard decided in 2005 that he wanted to finish his college education, so we congratulate Richard on obtaining his BA in Business Management in September of 2008.


Mike Valencia



Mike was the first employee dedicated full time to the fulfillment services. It was Mike that really made things happen; taking people who often times had no experience and teaching them the right way, and time efficient way to get the jobs done. In the beginning every unit was touched in one way or another and every project was different. So thinking on his feet and remaining aware of all the deadlines, Mike was able to do his part in making sure the company was always ready for the next step of growth.