Why last mile delivery should be a first priority

Mar 24, 2021
Fashion & apparel Supply chain & operations

Your customer has selected an item, the transaction is complete, your warehouse has processed the order and now it’s on its way. An important part of that journey is called the last mile—the step between the final transportation hub and the customer’s home address or car for curbside pick-up. It’s a critical leg of the supply chain and fulfillment journey, especially in a competitive environment for middle market retailers who must ensure consumer expectations are met while also balancing costs and efficiencies.

Download our infographic to learn why an optimal last-mile strategy should be one of the first priorities for middle market retailers in terms of brand identity and profitability.

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