August 19, 2019

Fulfillment startup opens headquarters, DC in Los Angeles

E-commerce and omnichannel fulfillment provider offers tech services and nearly 100,000 square feet of fulfillment center space, company says.

By DC Velocity Staff

Donny Salazar
MasonHub CEO Donny Salazar

E-commerce and omnichannel fulfillment startup MasonHub, Inc. has opened its headquarters and first distribution center in Los Angeles, the company said today. 

Supported by $6.5 million in capital funding led by Canvas Ventures, the firm provides technology, fulfillment, and logistics services to e-commerce and omnichannel retailers. Online fashion retailers Carbon38 and 11 Honore are among the company's initial clients, the firm said. 

MasonHub provides real-time omnichannel inventory and order management via its proprietary software platform and Shopify app, providing clients with two-day shipping domestically. The firm has nearly 100,000 square feet of fulfillment center space in Los Angles, with plans to open other locations across the United States to optimize shipping times, company leaders said. 

MasonHub was founded in 2018 by CEO Donny Salazar, who has more than 15 years' experience working with retail e-commerce brands, including Flight Club, Chloe+Isabel, and Gilt Group. Chief Technology Officer Christopher Hazlett brings industry experience from logistics technology firm Transfix, as well as LinkedIn and Gilt, company officials said.

"Throughout my experience scaling businesses, I struggled to find a partner that could support a fast-growing brand and cared about the customer experience as much as I do," Salazar said in a statement. "With MasonHub, we're building the company and team we always wanted to work with. One that provides better service, better technology, and ultimately, a better fulfillment experience."

Resources Mentioned In This Article


Omnichannel Videos


Join the Discussion

After you comment, click Post. If you're not already logged in, you will be asked to log in or register.

Subscribe to DC Velocity


Feedback: What did you think of this article? We'd like to hear from you. DC VELOCITY is committed to accuracy and clarity in the delivery of important and useful logistics and supply chain news and information. If you find anything in DC VELOCITY you feel is inaccurate or warrants further explanation, please ?Subject=Feedback - : Fulfillment startup opens headquarters, DC in Los Angeles">contact Chief Editor David Maloney. All comments are eligible for publication in the letters section of DC VELOCITY magazine. Please include you name and the name of the company or organization your work for.