Bad weather can be a nemesis to your productivity, keeping your vehicles and equipment parked in the lot. This winter is no different, and that should be on your mind as you start preparing your fleet for winter come the holiday shopping rush. While not all conditions can be overcome, there are ways to keep your fleet on schedule.
You have two main priorities: meeting deadlines and keeping your drivers safe. Depending on where your main distribution is happening in the country, you could face a serious threat to both.
Each year, supply chain professionals work to bring candy, costumes, pumpkins, and more to consumers to celebrate Halloween. According to the National Retail Federation’s (NRF) annual survey conducted by Prosper Insights & Analytics, total spending for Halloween is expected to reach $8.4 billion this year. This marks an all-time high in the survey’s 11-year history. US consumers are expected to spend an average of $82.93 on Halloween this year (based on 171 million Americans planning to celebrate Halloween), which is about $8 more than last year.
From the 20 million pounds of candy corn sold each year to the increasingly popular DIY pumpkin décor trend, 3PLs, suppliers and carriers have been busy prepping from October 31 over the last couple of months.
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Many businesses are implementing eCommerce stores in order to sell their products and services over the Internet to consumers all over the world. However, what many executives seem to forget is that this online store needs to be fully integrated into their management system in order satisfy their impatient customers.