Case Study: How LightBulbs.com Doubled Shipping Throughput During Peak Season Without Adding Staff
Thursday, August 23, 2018 | 2PM ET
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Thursday, August 23, 2018 2:00PM
Mike Levans, Group Editorial Director, Supply Chain Group, American Truck Media LLC.
Paul McLellan, President, LightBulbs.com
Looking for ways to drive down peak season shipping costs without impacting customer service?
In this webcast Paul McLellan, President of LightBulbs.com, shares how the company's logistics operations created an integrated shipping and dimensioning solution that enables the online superstore to absorb sudden, large spikes in shipping volume–without adding additional staff.
Join us to learn how LightBulbs.com was able to:
- Simplify and speed up shipping with a multi-carrier shipping platform
- Save time and improve freight rate calculations with automatic package dimensioning
- Gain real-time visibility into shipping activity
- Identify and recover costs due to incorrect carrier overcharges
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