Making E-Commerce Logistics Work

Special Digital Issue: Eight feature stories that neatly encapsulate the new technology and processes that are revolutionizing logistics and supply chain operations.

By · March 6, 2017

It’s become crystal clear that the continued double-digit growth of e-commerce is not solely a matter of retailers readjusting and getting smarter about their parcel express and last-mile strategies.

In fact, the impact of digital commerce and the subsequent challenge of omnichannel fulfillment cuts across every manufacturing and distribution market—and it’s putting increased pressure on all the major modes of transportation as well as the DC operations that keep well-managed supply chains fluid.

In this special digital issue, the editorial team of Logistics Management has curated eight feature stories that neatly encapsulate the new technology and processes that are revolutionizing logistics and supply chain operations

Inside this Issue: 

  • ​E-commerce reshaping logistics
  • Retail and e-commerce operations chase accuracy and flexibility
  • Success with last mile starts early
  • 8 Steps to next-day delivery effectiveness
  • Part & parcel handling
  • Fighting Amazon’s supply chain takeover
  • State of TMS: 6 trends to track
  • 7 drivers behind WMS decisions

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