Amid all the talk of recession and the eye-popping statistics on inflation, many businesses are turning to a strategic focus: customer retention. There are many ways to do this, but one that quickly comes to mind is shipping experience.
If you’re involved with shipping products you’ve probably heard the term ‘rate shopping’. Rate shopping refers to comparing rates of different carriers to select the cheapest service, but what if shippers were thinking about it all wrong?
With the world of e-commerce growing, customer expectations have grown as well. It is essential to get ahead of your competition and tackle those expectations. Read on for more insight into how to go about doing this.
Virtual warehousing is relatively new, but no, it doesn’t involve a VR headset and navigating a warehouse in a video game. Virtual warehousing allows businesses to allocate product to different marketplaces. Read on for more insight!
Recently, FedEx unveiled their “Network 2.0” strategy that includes eliminating inefficiencies by creating greater room for partnership between the FedEx Freight, FedEx Express, and FedEx Ground networks. Read on for more!