Category:- Fulfillment & Distribution
You can find all the fulfillment & distribution related posts here.
Delivery time is crucial to the success of a business. A lower delivery time means high customer satisfaction. This blog outlines the methods that your business can employ to reduce delivery time.
Walmart huge success globally is due to it’s effective supply chain management practices. This blog analyses walmart’s supply chain and their strategy to keep their business ahead of the competition.
A shipping label is a pivotal component of your online business. Frome cost reduction to having full autonomy over your label this blog outline 6 of the major benefits Shipping lables.
First-mile delivery is the beginning of the order fulfilment process. This blog, outlines the definition, challenges and the methods to optimize first-mile delivery for businessses.
There are many disruptions in the last-mile delivery industry. From changing trends to increasing consumer expectations this blog outlines 8 such challenges that the last-mile delivery industry is facing today.
First-mile and last-mile delivery are the most important processes in order fulfilment but they operate differently. This blog outlines the diffrences between first-mile and last-mile delivery
The last-mile delivery industry accounts for the majority of the supply chain costs. This blog outlines most important methods that can be implemented to reduce the costs in the industry.
Technological advancements have made significant improvements in the last-mile delivery industry. From shorter delivery periods to efficient customer service this blog will detail the upgrades modern tech has made in the courier and delivery industry.
Global supply chains are facing several challenges, including bottlenecks at key ports, labor shortages, increasing consumer demands, and scarce resources. Digitizing the supply chain connects the many moving parts to facilitate efficient and consistent processes.
Industry 4.0 is making its way into every industry, including logistics. Technology like robotics, IoT, and big data are increasingly used to overcome supply chain obstacles to develop more efficient processes, dubbed Supply Chain 4.0.