Micro-fulfillment enables shorter order to delivery cycles, lower transportation cost and hyper-localized product offering, however there are a few things you’ll want to consider before implementing solutions.
Read how Fortna helped L.L.Bean embark on a long-term, multi-step approach to transform their distribution operations for greater efficiency and improved costs.
With no precedent for the situation they currently find themselves in, retailers need to write a new playbook for the new peak. Plans will require flexibility. What can you expect? How should you prepare?
Rapid acceleration of eCommerce growth requires review of the network strategy for opportunities to alleviate capacity constraints that impede business continuity or continued growth.
With the increase in eCom orders comes an increase in returns highlighting the need for an efficient and profitable process that is easy, fast, free and seamless for the customer.
Returns are often complex and unpredictable, creating reverse logistics challenges and potential service failures unless you optimize, measure and manage returns as well as you do outbound fulfillment.
Disruption is happening at a pace you can see and has revealed supply chain vulnerabilities. With disruption comes opportunity. Leaders who innovate quickly with a focus on agility will reap rewards.
A point of view on the new challenges and expectations that will be the next “New Normal” for supply chain leaders disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rob McKeel talks about how customers’ priorities are shifting during the COVID-19 crisis and which changes he thinks will stay around after the pandemic ends.
Quick-read summary of 8 best practices you can do now to help control the spread of COVID-19 in your facility.