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.
In today's rapidly evolving logistics industry, the adoption of sustainable practices is becoming increasingly imperative, especially when highly correlated with cost reduction and operational efficiency. One practice that continues to gain traction is the use of reusable containers to replace consumables such as Gaylords which are used to support the transport of goods. Beyond the environmental benefits and associated cost savings, the supply chain implications of reusable containers are reshaping the way businesses approach inventory management, package sortation, transportation, and warehouse design.
As a global push towards sustainability grows, the creation and adoption of tools that promote green industry practices are becoming increasingly common. Every industry has had some sort of sustainable breakthrough and logistics is no different. From more efficient sorting in the middle mile to greener last mile practices, logistics and the supply chain have had major shifts in sustainability initiatives. The newest is CloudSort’s reusable smart containers. In this article, we go over six reasons as to why these smart containers are the future of sustainable shipping.
CloudSort Corporation debuts its reusable smart containers at Manifest 2024, designed to enhance transportation by reducing consumables spend and improving visibility and security. The company, known for its simple subscription model aligning capacity with business needs, aims to offer innovative solutions contributing to sustainable shipping and improved customer experience.