Delivery Logistics Industry
Thought and Leadership

 

Eco-Friendly Delivery: 5 Ways to Make Your Last Mile Operations Greener

Is the environmental cost of delivery too high? Here are five ways to ensure that your delivery operations are as eco-friendly and efficient as possible.

Looking for a Delivery Route Planner App? Here’s What You Need to Know

When planning a route or analyzing its success rates, dozens of new constraints have to be taken into consideration. Do you know what they are?

Amazon’s One-Day Delivery: What it Means for Retailers

3 takeaways on Amazon's announcement and what it says about the market, consumers, and retail today.

Data-Driven Deliveries: 5 Types of KPIs That Directly Impact Your Business

The right data and KPIs can provide invaluable insights into delivery operations. We’ve identified the five types of KPIs that businesses are overlooking the most.

Delivery in the Age of Amazon: Introduction

Online retail and online purchasing have digitized as far as they could without requiring similar disruptive changes in the offline world - but if businesses want to compete in the age of Amazon, that has to change fast.

Cutting Down on Last Mile Delivery Costs: 3 Leading Strategies

In order to reduce delivery costs and keep your customers happy, start thinking less about expenses, and more about improving efficiency, from the moment the order is placed until it’s delivered.

Sustainable Logistics: Making the Last Mile Eco-Friendly

Businesses are scrambling to create sustainable, affordable delivery processes that make the last-mile more eco-friendly.

Is Automation the Answer to Last-Mile Delivery Pains?

Automating your delivery operations is critical if you want to maintain profitability while match the current expectations for customer experience. Here’s why.

Three Ways in Which Customer Demand is Reshaping Last Mile Deliveries

Conquering the last mile has quickly become one of the biggest challenges for any retailer. As e-commerce grows and the retail landscape shifts to a much faster and more dynamic environment, led by speed and convenience, the entire industry is looking for solutions to delight customers

What Can Retailers Do to Mitigate The Escalating Costs of The Last Mile?

It is estimated that the last mile accounts for up to 28% of the total delivery cost for retailers. Top-tier service comes at a price and as customer demand for delivery speed and flexibility grows, retailers must find new ways...

Mass Customization in the Last Mile

A “one size fits all” approach to customer service doesn’t cut it in this day and age. A customer-centric mindset means that, by definition, companies have to prioritize not only what customers want, but also when, where and how they want it.

Upcoming Session: How Coca-Cola Moved to On-Demand Operations for the Last-Mile

See you at D3 in NYC on May 15th!