With the perpetual advancement of technology, retail logistics are undergoing rapid change. What used to be complex is now being blended with technology to create more efficient, self-orchestrated systems. Knowing these 5 key trends will help you ensure a competitive edge as they reshape retail logistics in the coming years.
As Blood Sweat and Tears sang in their 1960s hit “Spinning Wheel,” what goes up, must come down. In the ongoing battle over share of ecommerce wallets, Amazon and Target … Continue Reading →
In a move designed to capture network costs associated with retailers who fail to meet peak volume commitments, UPS plans to charge them for shortfalls this year. The charges would cover costs such as extra workers and surplus space on trucks or in distribution hubs based on retailers’ projections and volume commitments.