Tech platform Flowspace is offering its free services for one month to organizations responding to the Covid-19 crisis. Flowspace enables businesses and organizations to store and deliver products quickly and efficiently using a nationwide network of fulfillment centers.
“Across the country, the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic is creating urgent needs for the distribution of a wide range of needed materials including masks, soaps, hand sanitizers, gloves and medical equipment,” said Flowspace co-founder and CEO Ben Eachus. “Our goal is to help non-profits and businesses with these products to mobilize a fast and reliable supply chain that allows them to quickly ship, store and deliver products where they have the greatest need.”
One month of free support is open to qualifying nonprofits and businesses that are working to aid Covid-19 relief efforts, which includes the transportation and storage of up to 50 standard size pallets in any of its national network of warehouses. Organizations have until May 1 to sign up and inbound inventory.
Flowspace’s network includes more than 1,000 warehouses and fulfillment centers strategically located in over 120 locations across the United States.