Published in Promo Marketing
Bensussen Deutsch & Associates LLC (BDA), Woodinville, Washington, announced a new distribution and fulfillment center in Amsterdam, Netherlands, to reduce shipping times, expedite importing and lower costs for the branded merchandise needs of its leading global enterprise clients.
The new distribution and fulfillment center is strategically located in the European Union to allow BDA to build greater reach, relevance and scale across Europe. A Netherlands location means BDA can service clients in the EU as one territory without border or regulatory obstacles, allowing the company to lower shipping costs to clients and expedite shipping times.
"Between Brexit, the COVID-19 pandemic and continuing supply chain slowdowns, the past few years have created new global challenges," said Jay Deutsch, CEO and co-founder of BDA. "This expansion is one of many investments in our infrastructure across the globe to ensure we continue to deliver solutions for our partners in the most efficient and economical way possible."
BDA has more than 70 office and fulfillment and distribution centers across the globe, including locations in Canada, China, France, the Philippines and the United Kingdom, cementing the company's ability to provide global solutions for its clients no matter where they're located.
For more information on BDA, visit www.bdainc.com.
Bensussen Deutsch & Associates, LLC (BDA) is an award-winning modern Merchandise Agency™ for iconic brands, providing customized marketing, merchandising, e-commerce and fulfillment solutions for major industry leaders across the globe, including sports and entertainment properties and Fortune 1000 enterprises. A global firm with over 35 years of experience, BDA operates over 730 domestic and eight international offices. Clients like Dell, FedEx, The Home Depot, Johnson & Johnson, and Major League Baseball rely on BDA to activate, motivate and promote their events, employees and brands. For more information on the power of merchandise, visit www.bdainc.com.