UPS’ Ware2Go expands footprint, boosts services for Amazon sellers

UPS subsidiary Ware2Go is expanding its warehouse footprint and bolstering its fulfillment options for Amazon sellers through an agreement with e-commerce platform Whitebox, the companies announced Tuesday.

As part of the deal, Ware2Go will add three Whitebox facilities in Baltimore, Las Vegas and Memphis, Tennessee, to its network of on-demand warehouses, CEO Steve Denton said in an interview.

The deal also allows Ware2Go to offer new fulfillment solutions for Amazon merchants, specifically Fulfillment by Amazon prep and first-party inventory services. Businesses selling through the e-commerce giant are a notable portion of Ware2Go’s client base — more than 20% of merchants using Ware2Go use it for Amazon fulfillment services, Denton said.