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.
From obtaining raw materials to product delivery, we rely on complex systems of supply chain networks. Third party fulfillment companies play key roles in ensuring ecommerce has a seamless journey from consumer purchase to front-door arrival, and offers cost-savings and efficiency for retailers who want to outsource their fulfillment processes.
Freight forwarders in the 3PL West Coast space today can utilize a variety of innovative freight forwarding software systems and collaboration platforms to help fulfill the demand for low-cost shipping and meet customers where they are. Check out some features to look for that will greatly increase productivity.
The West Coast ports are congested, affecting the supply chain in Southern California and Northern California. We look at the problems at the docks, the shortage of warehouses and storage, and how a 3PL can help you navigate the chaos, whether you’re a big box chain or small business.
If you have made an online purchase, then you have made a purchase through an e-commerce site. E-commerce is defined as the buying and selling of products or services exclusively through electronic platforms. Consumers are now spending more and more time scrolling through the internet, thus they are more likely to make online purchases.
‘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