Increase customer satisfaction and lower costs by leveraging Cory warehouse and distribution solutions customized to your requirements. With warehouses and cross-docks located in primary and secondary metropolitan areas across America Cory provides complete warehousing and distribution services for furniture, appliance and electronics retailers, manufacturers, importers and designers.
Our clients count on Cory to manage inventory requirements, reduce claims, disputes and refused deliveries, manage seasonal fluctuations and support their retail outlets.
A dedicated warehouse is exclusive to your brand. Cory works with retailers to identify warehouse locations, provision and execute warehouse and distribution services on their behalf.
Cory onsite management provides receiving or cross docking services; then ensures that trucks are loaded, dispatched, deliveries are made on time and returns are managed promptly. We also support your local retail stores with restocking services and manage “warehouse sales” to liquidate excess inventory.
Commingled warehouses are operated by Cory. Our clients share warehouse space, however, product delivery trucks can be exclusive to each client. Commingled warehouse services are a favorite of online and high-end furniture manufacturers.
Here’s why: inside our warehouse your products have their own racks. Our team provides receiving or cross-docking services, manages your inventory and inspects product prior to dispatch. Many of our warehouses offer full furniture repair shops where everything from minor touch ups to repairs are made prior to delivery. Our logistics team supports your retail stores delivering and removing floor samples and executing “warehouse sales” on your behalf.
For retailers requiring deliveries to remote locations or smaller markets, a truck with a demountable body filled with product is dispatched to a remote location. The body is demounted and a waiting empty demountable body is trucked back to the warehouse. A local driver with a demountable power unit picks up the demountable and makes last mile deliveries.
A "pup" is a 40' delivery trailer pulled by a tractor. The pup trailer is detached and parked in a secure location. A local last-mile delivery professional with a day tractor picks up the pup and makes deliveries then returns the empty pup for its pick up and return to the warehouse.