Walmart Closing 63 Sam’s Clubs, Turning 12 into Ecommerce Fulfillment Centers

| Daniela Forte

In the kind of move that many industry observers have talked about, Walmart said it plans to close 63 Sam’s Club stores, while converting 12 of them into ecommerce fulfillment centers. The facilities will close over the next few weeks, the company said. Here is what Walmart has planned for these locations and what it could mean for its ecommerce business.

5 Ecommerce Logistics Predictions for 2017

| Jake Rheude

Major breakthroughs in technology are allowing for the possibility of expedited delivery, higher efficiency, greater accuracy and – most importantly for supply chain logistics – lower costs than ever before. See some predictions for ecommerce logistics in 2017.

3 Things Successful Retailers Have in Common

| Ken Chrisman

While there is no one single way for companies to succeed in driving ecommerce growth, there are some fundamental ecommerce and supply chain strategies that many successful companies follow. Here are the best practices to ensure success for your ecommerce business.

Where are You Losing on Shipping and Handling?

| Curt Barry

In order to get a better handle on the impact of your shipping and handling costs, you need to first understand the details and then determine the best policy from a financial, marketing and customer service perspective. See some real-world examples and tips on how to stay on top of your S&H costs.

UPS, Sealed Air Unveil Packaging Innovation Center

| Mike O'Brien

Meeting the increasingly high demands of ecommerce customers and helping shippers drive efficiency in their fulfillment operations were two of the main themes as UPS and Sealed Air jointly unveiled their packaging innovation center, located on the campus of UPS Supply Chain Solutions near its Worldport air hub in Louisville, KY.

Flexe Offers Shippers Marketplace of Fulfillment Nodes

| Mike O'Brien

Looking to meet the needs of ecommerce shippers facing a shortage of warehouse space – as well as those who need excess capacity at specific times but aren’t interested in fixed asset investments – Flexe has been building out its network of partner-based fulfillment locations.