Tagged in last-mile delivery challenges
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 […]
Communicating the Value of Sustainable Last-Mile Logistics Initiatives: Navigating the ROI Ambiguity
Measuring the return on investment of sustainability in last mile delivery is difficult and sustainable initiatives can help businesses to address these challenges.
ETA in shipping can be challenging for retailers due to various factors, such as unpredictable weather, traffic congestion, and delays in customs clearance.
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.
Industry leaders of the last mile from Indonesia come together to share their views on key and discuss to develop their last mile capabilities for real-world growth.
Indonesia's leading E-commerce company, Bukalapak mentioned how Locus’s dispatch management platform helped drive transformation in its last mile.
Delivery route planning is planning cost-effective and economical routes for drivers that minimize distance and maximize deliveries.
Locus’ Dispatch Management Platform helps Japan’s delivery agents to get more deliveries made in a standard working shift by automating their operations.