Recovering Lost Space, Time & Money with Dimensioning
Leading distributors, ecom fulfillment centers, and shippers of every stripe are doing just that, so they can again predict and quote shipping charges with accuracy, and compare shipping rates in real time.
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The shipping world has embraced dimensioning – and isn't going back. As a result, shippers of every stripe are reporting they've lost the ability to predict or control shipping costs.
But it doesn't have to be that way. Dimensioning is an easy way to restore predictability to your shipping equation, and optimize use of space to boot.
This guide will get you started.
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