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In recent years, there has been a steady rise in the number of packages shipped in the United States. Estimates show that Amazon shipped more than 5 billion items via its Prime system in 2017 alone.
To compete with brick-and-mortar, it’s essential that online retailers reduce the number of customers who ready to buy something but fail to complete their cart transaction when they see the shippi...
Seller Fulfilled Prime is a program in which Amazon allows e-retailers to display the Prime Badge on products they fulfill from their own facilities or third party logistics providers.
Amazon is diversifying its supply chain strategy to include shipping via land, sea, and air. Learn more about the growth of Amazon's supply chain network!
Sometimes, the box is just as important as what's in it. Learn about the importance of a good product packaging design with these helpful strategy tips!
Walmart has tightened its on-time in-full policy, fining suppliers who don't meet them. Learn what Walmart's new OTIF policy means for your business.
In March 2019, the FOMC elected not to raise the current federal funds rate about the current 2.5%. Learn more about the potential impacts of this decision.
Many online retailers are trying to simplify their last mile delivery services to be more efficient. Learn how final mile delivery solutions are evolving!
For online retailers, being able to reach all your customers quickly can be a challenge. Use multiple shipping facilities to boost your order fulfillment!
Build your 3PL relationships with these 4 tips! With a mutually-beneficial relationship, a third party logistics team can take your company to new heights.
Decide whether you want to keep your delivery services in-house or partner with a third-party provider. Both types of delivery have unique advantages.