Deadstock

Eliminating Deadstock

Deadstock is a problem for any e-commerce business. Deadstock means that the stock is not selling and is accruing costs to the company through storage and upkeep. Therefore, deadstock can harm the profit margins of any business. E-Commerce E-commerce businesses can suffer from deadstock by overestimating demand and over-ordering an item. Poor marketing may also mean…

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eCommerce Growth

Automation: The Key To eCommerce Growth

If you run your own business and want to see it grow, you’re going to have to focus on e-fulfillment. Whether you’re just starting out and are packing and posting your sold products at your local post office yourself, or whether you’re running a large scale warehouse that requires product picking, packing, and shipping, you…

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3PL & Customer Loyalty

Globalization and increasing competition are the main challenges that 3PL providers face when trying to achieve customer loyalty. They need to be innovative and flexible to meet customers’ unique demands. An industrialized world requires a high level of optimization, efficiency, and fast service delivery.  To better understand the changes needed by 3PL providers to achieve…

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Parcel Technology

Parcel Technology Trends of 2021

The Parcel Technology trends of 2021 are going to be amazing.  In the next five years, you will see a significant increase in cloud technology. Business intelligence will show an improvement in parcel shipping from better data analysis and more intelligent algorithms.  Reverse logistics will be on everyone’s mind as companies have realized that it…

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B2B Fulfillment

Diversifying Beyond B2B Fulfillment

Whether or not you work in a warehouse, chances are you’ve heard a lot of excited chatter around business-to-consumer fulfillment in the eCommerce industry. It’s hard being kept under wraps that the demand for shipping and fulfillment in the online retail world has grown significantly during the coronavirus pandemic, on a global scale. But you…

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4PL

Building Out A 4PL Network

Fourth-party logistics (4PL) are companies that provide outsourced supply chain management services. As the name suggests, 4PLs act as an intermediary between suppliers and customers – augmenting, supporting, expanding, and running an entire company’s logistics operations. The benefits of using a 4PL network are: Reduced supply chain complexity Improved data visibility More supply chain efficiency…

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One Day Delivery

One Day Delivery: The New Standard

There is no denying that Amazon’s Prime delivery has accelerated the demand for one-day delivery. Consumers have increasingly become accustomed to receiving their orders within this short time period, and as such, the e-commerce industry has had to adapt to this challenging development. However, one advantage the e-commerce behemoth had was the ability to put…

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Warehousing For Startups

Third Party Warehousing For Start Ups

The back-end details of your business should be an important component of your overall operations, not an afterthought. The efficiency of handling orders and delivery will play as big a part in your success as your product for new start ups. For this reason, choosing third party warehousing can offer you the right tools to…

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