Making Last-Mile Delivery Easier on Valentine’s Day

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Retailers only get a short post-holiday reprieve before Valentine’s Day rolls around. Preparing for yet another occasion full of gifts, celebrations, and cards is a big task that begins surprisingly early. One thing that makes planning delivery routes for Valentine’s Day a lot more complicated is the fact that consumers have been waiting longer and … Read moreMaking Last-Mile Delivery Easier on Valentine’s Day

Breaking into Logistics Won’t Be Easy for E-tailers

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Experts believe that legacy logistics providers will maintain the stronghold they have on shipping and delivery. While e-commerce companies like Amazon are considered to be important partners to such firms, they will not be serious challengers in the short term. Retailers are trying to stay on top of the current surge in digital shopping. It … Read moreBreaking into Logistics Won’t Be Easy for E-tailers

Logistics Companies Must Optimize Delivery Methods This Holiday Season

As the holiday season inches closer, companies need to prepare themselves for the onslaught of online buying that is set to take place. According to the 2016 Holiday Outlook from PwC, shoppers will be spending 10 percent more money on gifts this year than they spent last year, while 62 percent of retailers expect their … Read moreLogistics Companies Must Optimize Delivery Methods This Holiday Season

Logistics Can Learn From Uber Approach

Uber’s comprehensive transformation of taxi services has inspired many other sectors to take a similar approach. While the concept cannot be applied in every realm, there is evidence of attempts at “Uberization” everywhere you look. Whether it’s laundry, pizza deliveries, private jets, or even legal services, the influence of Uber is everywhere. What qualifies as … Read moreLogistics Can Learn From Uber Approach