For many of us, the holidays are filled with fond memories of family, food, and fun. For those of us in retail though, the holidays are a stressful time that can either make or break us. Before dipping into the company food and drink, here are four tips on how you can prepare your business for the holiday season.
Last mile delivery is a major issue for businesses, especially those requiring delivery from warehouses to customers such as e-commerce. The issue is fundamental in that it deals with efficiencies in the delivery logistics itself whereby they are not done in bulk and in batches for obvious reasons. The issue has been coined "The Last Mile Problem".
1. You're having a party and realized you're running out of food and drinks
Everyone is enjoying themselves and having the time of their lives at the party but you realize the food and drinks are running out.
What is last mile delivery
As the ecommerce industry continues to expand, the last leg of delivery, also known as last mile delivery, has become more and more challenging.
An on-demand furniture delivery service?
Delivery may seem like an additional or optional service but having them can certainly increase customer’s satisfaction and in turn, increase your sales!
1. Using your own fleet but have too many deliveries for the day?
You are a florist and operate your own small business by sending beautifully arranged flowers to your customers.
A driver job, with a difference
Help a grandma buy and deliver her lunch or bring a pet dog for a hair-cut. Partnering as a driver with Lalamove does not mean getting butt cramps sitting in your vehicle all day long!
What should e-commerce platforms improve to ensure higher market shares?
We live in an era where almost anyone can set up online stores. The ease of setting up a website makes online stores so common that it’s a struggle to stand out amongst one another. In fact, e-commerce platforms are growing at such a rapid pace that online businesses are all trying to go the extra mile to gain the highest market shares.
For decades deliveries have been handled by two major segments of the logistics industry – local post offices and international couriers.