Top 4 Modular Products for Ecommerce Flexibility - Dockzilla

Top 4 Modular Products for Ecommerce Flexibility

In today’s retail world, Ecommerce is the new black. Anticipating half of America’s shopping malls to close by 2030 and retailers moving fulfillment centers closer to their customers, remaining nimble in this environment is critical.

To help retailers more quickly immerse their business in this non-traditional territory, Dockzilla modular loading dock products are providing the speed, flexibility, and loading ingenuity e-tailers need. These workhorses are engineered to pre-meditate common loading issues so shipping & logistics executives can confidently concentrate on other areas of their business.

Here’s how Dockzilla modular loading docks offer the mother lode of benefits to support Ecommerce infrastructure:

  • These portable loading docks, ramps, and platforms can report for duty in less than 8 weeks
  • These portable units require minimal installation and can be relocated when business demands
  • A wide variety of stationary, mobile, and specialty dock and ramp configurations address property limitations and opportunities
  • Dockzilla engineers can recommend a completely modular approach to loading; they often team up with a customer’s engineering team to collaborate

Developed by engineers who built their careers addressing the rigors of OSHA and International Building Codes, Dockzilla products mirror the performance of a traditional concrete loading dock in a heavy-steel portable unit. All Dockzilla products are exclusively built with non-negotiable safety features and flexibility that can swiftly get Ecommerce companies up and running and improve their loading velocity.


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Portable Loading Docks Create Loading Opportunities

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Under the Ecommerce growth model, shopping centers are becoming online order pickup destinations or fulfillment space for local deliveries. When the loading docks at a shopping center are maxed out, a Portable Loading Dock can maximize the ample parking lot space to create a thriving loading/unloading area.

Dock Houses


With former big box retailers moving out of their physical properties to focus on online retail, these buildings can be easily retrofitted into a distribution center. When additional dock positions are needed, modular Dock Houses provide an “velcro dock” approach that is bolted to the building, yet is easily removed and relocated when needed. Dock Houses eliminate companies having to cutaway from a building’s existing floor space to construct a loading dock, and protects the warehouse interior and products from theft, rodents, and harmful outside elements.

Mobile Loading Dock

Urban in-fill centers and warehouses offer valued proximity to the end customer, but can lack space for traditional loading dock operations. Offering a modern approach, Mobile Loading Docks include wheels for easy maneuvering into place by a forklift. When the job is finished, these docks are easily moved again for storage or to tackle a loading job elsewhere on property.

Self-Standing Cross Docks

Modular Cross Dock loading systems mimic permanent set-ups at major retail fulfillment centers. These self-standing units can be set up virtually anywhere on property to avoid traffic jams by receive incoming trailers, sort loads, then move product cross-dock for immediate transport. Online meal delivery companies significantly benefit from self-standing cross docks for expedited unloading/sorting/reloading without having to store perishables.