Denver Business Journal Unveils Its DBJ's 2020 Fast 50—and Quickbox Fulfillment Is Awarded Top Honors
For the first time, QuickBox Fulﬁllment Appears on the DBJ's Fast 50, Ranking No. 3 in Large Companies With Three-Year Revenue Growth of Over 842%
DENVER, October 26, 2020 (Newswire.com) - QuickBox Fulﬁllment (quickbox.com), a Colorado-based e-commerce fulﬁllment and supply chain solutions provider to high-growth businesses, is excited to announce today their third place ranking on the 2020 Denver Business Journal's Fast 50 list of fastest-growing Denver, Colorado, large companies. The "Large" category is defined by companies with $16 million to $74.9 million in annual revenue. This honor is due to QuickBox's three-year growth of an impressive 842.47-percent.
"It is truly an honor to be named among Colorado's fastest-growing companies by Denver Business Journal," commented QuickBox CEO and co-founder Stephen Adelé. He goes on to say, "This is our second-growth-based 2020 award, and again, I have to thank every team member of QuickBox."
QuickBox Fulfillment provides vertically integrated services to managed supply chain, logistics, and fulfillment processes from two locations (Denver, CO and Atlanta, GA), processing every order on the same day, seven days a week, every day of the year, so e-commerce and retail businesses can focus on growing their businesses.
Supporting its growth, QuickBox is striving to become Colorado and Atlanta's largest second-chance employer through their #OnaMission initiative. Mr. Adelé explains, "QuickBox hires terrific people often overlooked in the workplace, such as disabled Veterans, recently homeless, newly arrived immigrants, recent-releases from incarceration, and those living in women's shelters. We invite them to join our mission with open arms and provide an opportunity for a fresh start with respect and dignity. As the company grows, its positive impact on the metro-area communities will grow with it."
QuickBox is a trusted third-party fulﬁllment partner of direct-to-consumer (D2C) brands. The company offers its clients fulﬁllment, vendor management, and supply chain integration services. In addition, it offers private label services with over 20 health, beauty, and pet products. Its specialized focus and commitment to operational excellence led to rapid growth in the health, beauty, and pet segments. QuickBox has more than 300 employees in its Denver headquarters and Atlanta, Georgia, distribution center. More information is available at www.quickbox.com.
About Stephen Adelé
Adelé creates and builds successful supplement companies. Fresh out of college, he started with EAS, where they grew to $220 million in sales and set up distribution networks in 55 countries. Next, he started iSatori, where he led the company public through a merger with FitLife Brands and ﬁnally exited in 2016. Over the years, he's created and sold several dietary supplement brands that have generated over a half billion in retail sales. His latest venture, QuickBox Fulﬁllment #onaMISSION, is designed for internet marketers' fulﬁllment and on-demand inventory solutions. Here, we will fulﬁll our mission to give people a "second chance" in their place to work and where we will continue to seek new ways to drive value and innovation into the health, beauty, and nutrition industry.
Source: QuickBox Fulfillment