Through efficient troubleshooting, a skilled labor force, robust systems, the implementation of smart technology and WMS, and good old-fashioned one-on-one exchanges of communication, a 3PL can provide warehousing logistics that best serves e-commerce fulfillment, ensuring satisfaction for both your partner retailers and their customers.
The pandemic brought about change for everyone and every business. We’ve all felt the effects of Covid-19. The human cost has been unimaginable. Businesses either closed or adapted to the new normal. Yet, when it comes to commerce, particularly e-commerce, change is not a negative when we view it as opportunity.
Understanding the terminology of a warehouse is important for your business, yet logistics can be confusing. Below are nine terms that will help you better communicate your goals to the provider, and, ultimately, understand the cost of your business.
‘SMALL BUT MIGHTY’ LOGISTICS COMPANY REIMAGINES 3PL ON THE WEST COAST LIVERMORE, Calif. — Westhub Logistics (WHL), a Bay Area-based third-party logistics (3PL) company, announced their entry into the market for both B2B and B2C companies selling dry goods. Specializing in receiving, warehousing and fulfillment, WHL has built a reputation