Our bold vision: to completely reimagine how packaged goods move along the supply chain—particularly between the point of origin and the final mile.
From a further expansion of e-commerce to new in-store work-arounds and revised returns processes, retail has turned a corner.
The logistics industry is at the forefront of a transformative shift towards sustainability. As the world grapples with the challenges of climate change, stakeholders in the logistics sector are stepping up to implement innovative solutions that not only reduce environmental impact but also contribute to a more resilient and efficient supply chain. In this blog post, we'll explore some of the latest efforts and initiatives taken towards sustainability in the logistics industry.
We live in an age of personalization. AI and machine learning drive unique experiences, such as the movies we're recommended on Hulu or the products we're shown on Amazon. But hyperpersonalization goes beyond simple preferences. It dives deep into understanding patterns and habits to create experiences that are almost uncannily predictive. This transformation is boosting brand loyalty across many sectors—just ask any TikTok user, who will tell you no two people's feeds are exactly the same.
The “asset light” approach has become a popular buzzword in the logistics industry. It’s true that many providers now tout adherence to this model. But simply owning fewer vehicles and warehouses doesn’t automatically embody the spirit of the term. In this piece, we'll delve into the essence of being asset light and guide shippers to discern authentic partners from those merely claiming the title.