Transportation is one of the largest budgetary items for many companies, so finding ways to save on transportation costs is always a priority. But it takes a special skill set to uncover efficiencies without sacrificing service
For supply chain professionals, the last few years have brought uncertainty and opportunity. The steady transition of consumer buying behaviors toward eCommerce suddenly accelerated with the pandemic, putting global supply chains to the test.
Omnichannel success requires visibility and coordination across sales channels, but it also requires orchestration with upstream logistics and supply ecosystems, especially as disruptions mount and more partners become involved in every aspect of making, moving and selling products.
Winit, a cross-border e-commerce warehousing operator that serves the United States, Australia, and several European countries, needed to store over 100,000 SKUs in the 108,000 square foot facility in the U.K. while improving workflow efficiencies and order fulfillment accuracy and speed.
Retailers already know success depends on optimized inventory - customers demand the right product in the right place at exactly the right time. Yet, the truth is, from shortages to excess stock, inventory challenges continue.