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Package delivery company FedEx Corp said last week it will open 500 FedEx Office stores inside Walmart Inc’s U.S. locations, a partnership intended to help both companies attract new customers and handle online order returns.
A.P. Moller-Maersk and IBM have announced their intent to establish a joint venture to offer blockchain technology to the global shipping industry. The jointly developed platform will be built on open standards and will address the need to provide more transparency and simplicity in the movement of...
United Parcel Service Inc. and FedEx Corp. delivered almost all of people’s presents by Christmas Day, with the former company finishing strong after a bruising late November.
Kristina Nicolas will proudly tell you that she’s been doing practically all her shopping online for years now. She will also tell you, in a more exasperated voice, that this has not remotely abbreviated the amount of time she spends going to stores.
Kohl's, which is opening some in-store Amazon shops, will start accepting returns for the online retailer at some of its stores in Los Angeles and Chicago starting next month.
Enspire Commerce, provider of a cloud-based, omnichannel customer-engagement platform, has released a new version of its omnichannel order-management system (OMS).
Over the years, retailers have become very good at the supply chain - the process of getting goods from the manufacturing plant to the customer. But today, many retailers face a different challenge: taking those goods back, a process referred to as the "reverse supply chain."
Nearly a third (31 percent) of UK online shoppers shopped elsewhere as a result of encountering minimum order thresholds, according to the JDA/Centiro Customer Pulse 2016 Report conducted by YouGov.
The 3rd annual Walker Sands Future of Retail Study analyzes the rise and adoption of emerging retail tech, with a heavy focus on gauging consumer reaction to potential tech game-changers (cue drones) and exploring consumer spending habits.
Metro Supply Chain Group, a Canadian-owned third-party logistics provider serving North America, has acquired Evolution Time Critical, a European specialist in emergency logistics for automotive and industrial services.
The Department of Defense has retained Liquidity Services, Inc. a provider of reverse supply chain services, to manage and sell scrap assets generated by DoD installations throughout the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Guam. The Company expects to commence operations...
ModusLink Global Solutions Inc. has launched its Aftersales Management Solution.
Narvar has developed Narvar Returns, a platform for managing product returns for retailers.
OnProcess Technology, a vendor of applications for post-sale supply-chain management and optimization, has created the OPTvision platform.
Household goods account for a significant majority of all consumer product recalls in the U.S. since 2010, according to Recalls Hit Home: Household Goods Drive Consumer Product Recalls, a report from Stericycle ExpertSOLUTIONS.