As part of a supply chain management procedure that’s complete in itself, pick & pack is the typical method used in the distribution of retail goods and related activities.
Outsourcing non-core competencies just makes sense. It provides you with more flexibility, expertise with no associated investment, and ultimately, a driver for your bottom line.
The term order fulfillment refers to everything a company does between receiving an order from a customer and placing the product in the customer’s hands.
Typically, a trucking freight broker acts as the liaison between a trucking company and an individual or company that needs shipping services.
Looking for better real-time material and inventory control? Struggling for ways to improve decision making and accountability? Looking for faster response times and higher profitability in your warehousing?
Sometimes, a shipment is too large to send with a parcel service, like Canada post, but way too small to fill a standard truck trailer. In fact, the cost of this shipment as a parcel or truckload would be insanely high because it’s not ideal for either type of providers. In this case, LTL shipping is ideal.
No two businesses are the same, and where contract warehousing may be the perfect solution for larger, well-established organizations, many smaller companies are looking towards multi-client (shared) warehousing to fulfill their individual requirements.
Pick and pack provides a cost-effective, flexible, secure and efficient way of catering for the individual fulfillment needs of your businesses and your customers.
A Transportation Management System (TMS) is an integral part of any Supply Chain Management system or software that is focused on transport logistics.
The amount of returned goods that need to be sent back in the opposite direction of a normal supply chain network is much bigger than most people think.