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Order fulfilment, pick and pack service

Newcastle (Tyne and Wear) Order Fulfilment

Are you thinking about outsourcing your Order fulfilment from Newcastle?

Well, whether you are a "NEW STARTUP" near Newcastle or "AN ONGOING BUSINESS" near Newcastle 3PLWOW will work with you to help you grow your business.

We are not a huge Order Fulfilment company that will treat you as a number, but as a business partner with the personal touch giving you great prices along with a great service.

The 3 main aspects of order fulfilment are outlined below

  • Warehouse Bulk and racked storage
  • Container Unloading
  • Pallet Storage
  • Stock storage
  • Complete order Fulfilment Service
  • Direct integration to multiple platforms via API
  • Pick And Pack
  • Home Delivery Service
  • Returns Handling
  • Customer Service
  • All your orders processed on the same day before 12 Midday
  • Worldwide & UK shipping of letters, parcels, packets and pallets
  • 24 hour, 48 hour, Express & Economy Services
  • Same Day Courier Services
  • International Tracked Deliveries
  • Special Deliveries & Return Handling

It’s no wonder companies large and small in the Newcastle area are contracting to specialised order fulfilment service providers like us at 3PLWOW.

  • ACCOUNT SETUP is 100 % Free - We would not dream of charging anyone to use our service
  • MONTHLY FEE? What monthly fee? We would not dream of charging anyone a monthly fee to use our services
  • We have no hidden fees, you only pay "Pick & Pack" and "Post" - Pay as you go

Ask for a quote and don't be surprised when you see how low our prices are, but still giving you the best order fulfilment, pick and pack service possible for your company that's in or near Newcastle upon Tyne.

Newcastle upon Tyne

Interesting facts about the city

  1. Grainger Town is the historic heart of Newcastle upon Tyne, designed in the 1830s by the internationally renowned Richard Grainger, a builder and developer. 40% of buildings in the area are listed as being of historical and architectural importance.
  2. Grey’s Monument, was erected in 1838 to commemorate the Reform Act of 1832, drafted during Earl Grey’s time as Prime Minister. It was designed and built by Edward Hodges Baily, who also built the Nelson’s Column, and Benjamin Green.
  3. The Grainger Market opened in 1835 and was Newcastle’s first indoor market.
  4. The city acquired its first art gallery, the Laing Art Gallery in 1901, so named after its founder Alexander Laing, a Scottish wine and spirit merchant who wanted to give something back to the city in which he had made his Fortune.
  5. In 1849, Robert Stephenson’s High Level Bridge of 1849 opened and it was the first road/rail bridge in the world.
  6. The Town Moor, lying immediately north of the city centre, is larger than Hyde Park and Hampstead Heath put together and the freemen of the city have the right to graze cattle on it.
  7. The original Theatre Royal was opened on 21 January 1788 and was located on Mosley Street, next to Drury Lane. The present Theatre Royal on Grey Street, first opened in 1837, designed by John and Benjamin Green and has just celebrated its 175th birthday.
  8. The Lit and Phil has operated since 1793 and was founded as a ‘conversation club.’The library inside is the largest independent library outside London, housing more than 150,000 books.
  9. The Tyneside Cinema on Pilgrim Street originally opened as the ‘Bijou News-Reel Cinema’ in 1937, and was designed and built by Dixon Scott, great uncle of film director Ridley Scott.
  10. Newcastle was the location for both the 1971 film Get Carter and the 1988 film noir thriller Stormy Monday.