Third-party fulfillment provider Amware Fulfillment has acquired Moulton Logistics, a fulfillment firm serving ecommerce and direct-response companies. Terms were not disclosed.
The acquisition was financed by Amware’s majority owner, Rotunda Capital Partners.
Serving B2C clients since 1968, Moulton manages live phone support, email, live chat and Facebook and Twitter correspondence.
In addition to scale, the deal will give Amware “better access to capital to enhance services," states Amware CEO Harry Drajpuch.
The purchase also provides Amware with four fulfillment centers — three in the Los Angeles area and one in New Jersey -- adding 500,000 square feet to Amware’s total warehousing space.
The company’s customers will gain from greater volume leverage with carriers to lower parcel shipping rates, Amware says.