Category: Last Mile Delivery Optimization
In 2019, Bain & Co. predicted that the retail industry in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is on the verge of a pivotal shift. “E-commerce is becoming a reality,” the management consulting company stated, “reinventing consumers’ path to purchase, forming new customer experiences, disrupting business models, and creating growth opportunities for large and […]
Transporters serve as the backbone for successful delivery companies when it comes to long-haul, multi-day deliveries. Without these vital links in the supply chain, many organizations would struggle to grow their business. However, transporters face a call on their business growth as many of their systems lack tech and API capabilities, necessitating time-consuming manual coordination […]
Say you purchase your coveted gadget online, eagerly tracking its journey from warehouse to your welcoming hands. Now take a moment to think about the complicated trip your gadget took to reach your doorstep. Step into the world of last-mile delivery, the unsung hero of the e-commerce world. Customer satisfaction and keeping costs in check […]
In the fast-paced world of last-mile delivery, a hidden culprit often goes unnoticed: vehicle idling. Leaving engines running while vehicles are stationary may seem harmless, but it comes at a high cost to the environment and businesses’ bottom line. This blog explores the concept of vehicle idling in last-mile delivery, its consequences, and why it […]
Optimizing delivery routes by adopting tech strategies for route optimization, analytics and tracking, slot and carrier managements can enhance the efficiency.
On-demand delivery is a service that fulfills immediate customer needs by providing timely and convenient delivery of goods or services.
Advanced supply chain analytics helps to make optimal decisions that are necessary for your businesses to compete among big names in last-mile fulfillment.
The process of monitoring and managing the final stage of delivery, which is the complex and expensive part of the supply chain, is known as last-mile tracking.