For Immediate Release Industry Veteran, Rob Foss, Joins LibDib Leading Young’s Market Company executive named Vice President of Revenue for the growing start-up wholesale alcohol distributor San Jose, CA, May 18, 2020 — LibDib, the web-based wholesale alcohol distributor, today announced that wine and spirits industry veteran, Rob Foss, has joined the company as the […]
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Mark Brown, Industry News Update LibDib Unveils New Flat Rate Shipping Program LibShip’s competitive new rates and streamlined process saves Makers time and money
Wholesale Alcohol Distributor, LibDib, Unveils New Flat Rate Shipping Program LibShip?s competitive new rates and streamlined process saves Makers time and money San Jose, CA, October 29, 2019 — LibDibTM, the web-based wholesale alcohol distributor, today unveiled LibShip, a new flat rate shipping program that offers competitive pricing and enhanced features to save LibDib […]
San Jose, CA, October 29, 2019 ?LibDibTM, the web-based wholesale alcohol distributor, today unveiled LibShip, a new flat rate shipping program that offers competitive pricing and enhanced features to save LibDib Makers time and money. LibShip utilizes FedEx to offer simplified pricing, automated tracking and overall ease of use.
With all the consolidation going on among distributors and producers of alcoholic beverages, it?s become increasingly difficult for small producers to get their product on retail shelves and restaurant lists. But that era?s about to come to an end.
The most shocking thing about the new Liberation Distribution (LibDib) wholesale platform is that the idea to automate distribution of alcohol on a platform that invites everyone onboard apparently escaped the great minds occupying the middle tier.
Consolidation continues to make distributors bigger and fewer while the number of producers grow with new small producers enter the market. The vast majority of wineries in the US produce less than 5,000 cases, and they?ve been effectively blocked from three-tier distribution because distributor giants won?t take them on, but that?s about to change.