Tigers provides e-fulfilment for Rapha Racing in the Asia-Pacific region


Supply chain specialist Tigers provides e-fulfilment services for the cycling clothing brand Rapha Racing’s in the Asia-Pacific region.

Tigers handles Rapha Racing’s Asia-Pacific B2C distribution from its e-commerce fulfilment hub in Hong Kong, one of several across China.

Tigers offers order fulfilment services for Rapha Racing’s products, in addition to value added services including labelling, quality checks, kitting and acting as Rapha’s returns management centre in the region.

Andrew Jillings, Chief Executive Officer and Group Managing Director, Tigers, commented: “Tigers’ state of the art connectivity tool ‘SmartHub’, complete with a client facing layer, and our global warehouse management system, are interfaced with Rapha Racing’s order management system, allowing us to see online orders in real time at our fulfilment hub in Hong Kong. We process pick-and-pack of orders and manage final mile delivery in a time sensitive manner. The entire work flow is fully automated.”

Tigers handles on average 250 direct-to-customer orders per day and up to six times of average volume during spike for Rapha Racing and handles packing according to customer specific requirements. 

Tigers recently launched a new marketplace, eShop, offering a full enterprise solution to customers wishing to sell their products in the dynamic Asia-Pacific e-commerce markets. The aim is to provide clients with a one stop enterprise solution for their B2B and B2C requirements. 

“The fashion and outdoor retail industry is one of the verticals driving the e-commerce boom in Asia, and value-added services are vital to support its rapid growth”, added Jillings.

Tigers works with a number of Outdoor and Active Lifestyle brands globally, including Italian designer workout gear Gr1ps, which was one of the first Tigers eShop customers.

Source: Tigers

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