There are hundreds of things that could go wrong in the moments between when an item ships and when it is delivered into the hands of a customer.
Businesses are seeing the value in customer proximity more every day. Being closer to the customer cuts down on your costs and allows to deliver faster shipping and better service.
In the logistics industry, using a third-party service provider (3PL) has many applications. Providing a well-maintained supply chain is a challenging task, and no one does it alone.
When you are selecting your food grade warehouse, there are many things to consider. There is no greater challenge in the distribution industry than the safe management of food products.
The pooling concept of shipping is all about the efficient use of resources. In the past, many different shipments would all be sent to the same geographic region on separate trucks.
E-commerce order fulfillment is one of the most crucial aspects of online shopping today. You need to ensure that your orders are arriving on time and are in proper shape.
Making any decision for your business is all about weighing the costs and the benefits. Hiring a dedicated fleet service is an excellent solution for many companies.
When you care about someone, you want to protect them. FW Logistics proves this by recently being acknowledged by worker’s comp insurance company, IWLA, with receiving a credit back to the company for “exceeding the safety criteria.”
“Our manager’s goals are to make the employees ‘leave the same way they came’,” according to Mike Cannady, FW Logistics Controller.
It’s easy to get confused between what a third-party logistics provider (3PL) and fourth party logistics provider (4PL) can offer for your company.
What does your eCommerce business need for optimal productivity? Inventory management. Any lag in production, delivery, and product quality can damage your reputation and leave customers with no choice but to find another provider for what they’re looking for.