Many delivery providers use a delivery management system, but costs can escalate quickly if proper planning was ignored.
Understanding the difference between routed and scheduled deliveries is a key to last-mile delivery success.
Whether you’re running an online store or a brick-and-mortar outlet, timely deliveries are crucial for a hassle-free purchase experience.
Proper delivery routing is often overlooked as a potential sales tool, but done right, it can lead to increased customer engagement and more sales.
The push to deliver items to the consumer faster is hampering efforts to create a more sustainable supply chain.
Growing e-commerce sales of large and bulky items is creating a logistics headache for items that must be returned. It is why retailers need to have a reverse logistics process in place.