The Logistical Lowdown

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Where Should you Locate Your Fulfillment Center?

Posted by Ty Guilliam on 10/13/20 3:54 PM

 

Location carries a lot of weight when it comes to considering your warehousing and fulfillment center options. It’s all about finding a balance between having your distribution centers close enough to your customers and not too far apart that your inventory costs skyrocket. Whether you’re just starting to outsource your storage and shipping or looking to expand, it can be difficult to settle on a location that’s the ideal fit for your business.

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Topics: Warehousing, Logistics, Co-Packing

Finally, a Transportation and Warehousing Performance Guarantee!

Posted by Aaron Keller on 9/22/20 10:27 AM

 

 

As logistics professionals, we all know that a low rate is nothing without good service to match. A late delivery on an important shipment, or any other type of supply chain service failure, can cost far more than what the carrier or a fulfillment center’s being paid. And when problems do occur, the provider who made the mistake is still usually getting their money with no penalty for the extra cost or wasted time that their performance failure caused.

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Topics: Transportation, Warehousing, Logistics, Co-Packing

How Technology Can Improve Warehouse Efficiency

Posted by guest writer, Kenneth Kowal on 9/17/20 11:32 AM

Part 3 of a 3 part series of posts inspired by the 31st Annual State of Logistics Report

There’s a lot of data out there showing how improving efficiency can help shippers and logistics companies increase their profit margins and ultimately reach new heights of success. With the right technology, businesses can track shipments as they move through each step of the transportation process.

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Topics: Warehousing, Industry News

Three Important Warehousing Trends to Look Out For in 2020

Posted by guest writer, Kenneth Kowal on 9/1/20 8:37 AM

Part 1 of a 3 part series of posts inspired by the 31st Annual State of Logistics Report

Despite the many disruptions introduced into shippers’ supply chains by the COVID-19 crisis, new research shows positive signs for the warehousing sector. Due to factors like an all-time low vacancy rate, the pre-coronavirus market could handle the short-term impacts of the pandemic.

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Topics: Warehousing, Logistics

7 Essential Expectations to Have of Your Warehouse Partner

Posted by Ty Guilliam on 7/23/20 1:34 PM

Getting your products into customer’s hands is never as easy as it seems, and the logistics department of any shipper can attest to this. The reason is there are many different components of the supply chain that need managing, such as warehousing, inventory management, and transportation. Added to that are the many industry regulations, legal requirements, and potential uses of technology to be addressed as well.

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Topics: 3PL, Warehousing

Time to Consider Outsourcing Warehousing & Distribution Processes

Posted by Heather May on 5/29/20 3:23 PM

As expectations for the logistics function continue to grow, new government regulations take effect, and innovative technology becomes more common in the industry, companies are finding it more challenging to handle processes on their own. Outsourcing warehousing and distribution to a third-party logistics provider (or 3PL) is an option that offers the resources necessary to meet the challenges while improving efficiency, keeping costs low, and managing demand.

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Topics: Warehousing

Delphos Ohio Cold Storage Facility

Posted by Meredith Mickey on 8/24/18 2:30 PM

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Topics: Warehousing

Understanding the Value of Dedicated Operations

Posted by Nate Schaublin on 8/10/18 2:14 PM

The topic of dedicated logistics operations, whether in transportation or warehousing and distribution, typically elicits an array of responses ranging from “why wouldn’t we just do it ourselves” to “I can’t imagine trying to do this ourselves”.

Truth is, dedicated operations aren’t for everyone, but for many small and mid-size manufacturers outsourcing these logistics functions to a 3PL allows the manufacturer to work on growing its core business and increasing the value provided to their customers.

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Topics: Transportation, Warehousing

Dallas Texas Warehouse Spotlight

Posted by Meredith Mickey on 3/23/18 1:43 PM


Welcome to 2020 Singleton Boulevard in Dallas Texas. This 425,000 square foot warehouse location is partially food grade and protected from freeze. What makes this location special? It has both indoor and outdoor storage, is rail serviced, and is located with highway access to US-75, US-77, I-30, and I-45. 

Check out our infographic below for more highlights on the 2020 Singleton Boulevard Dallas Texas warehouse location. 

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Topics: Warehousing

5 Characteristics You Should Look For When Seeking a 3PL Partner

Posted by Meredith Mickey on 3/16/18 2:50 PM

As a procurement or logistics buyer, it can be a daunting task to look for your first or even a new 3PL partner. To get you started on the right foot, we've put together a short list of 5 Characteristics you should look for when seeking a 3PL partner. 

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Topics: 3PL, Warehousing

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