PocketMobile congratulates some of the most successful logistics companies in UK for the 2018 FTA Logistics Awards
PocketMobile participated together with our partner ALK Technologies the Post&Parcel Live: Futuristic Logistics event in London. In the seminar, PocketMobile presented and discussed with other companies in the industry about the strategies and tactics to leverage and benefit from future technology advances in last mile logistics.
According to a survey by the National Retail Federation (NRF), 40% of online customers in the USA rated e-commerce companies based solely on the delivery experience! This goes to show just how and why excellent last mile delivery is a competitive edge for online retailers. Especially for first-time purchase, e-commerce sellers must be sure that […]
With a market share of 44% of the American e-commerce market in 2017, the founder, chairman and CEO of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, has dethroned Microsoft founder, Bill Gates, as one of the richest men in the world. This is not entirely surprising considering how fast his company has grown since it was founded.
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Spurred by fast-growing interest in e-commerce shopping, last mile logistics and transportation are flourishing worldwide. However, driver shortages make it difficult for many logistic companies to meet growing demand. What can modern IT offer to mitigate this problem?
Black Friday sees the start of the peak season for all logistics companies working with last mile delivery. Several crucial challenges present themselves when it comes to handling last mile logistics efficiently during this peak period. We would like to share some ideas on how to manage such issues.
Direct Store Delivery “DSD” is a logistics method that is rapidly spreading to many new industry sectors. The method has traditionally been used mostly within food and beverage logistics.
Deliveries for a tenth of the cost of traditional delivery methods. How can traditional logistics companies compete with that? How could they possibly be an attractive alternative to someone who delivers a parcel for less than what their fuel cost?