Research Brief: Using Cross-docking to Bridge the “Final Mile”
As electronic retailing has become the key focus in the retail industry, the need for streamlining warehouse and distribution center (DC) operations is becoming more evident
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In a time when consumer demand is forcing retailers to get their products to market faster, a growing number of shippers are looking to new strategies to reduce the amount of time it takes to process orders and route products. As electronic retailing has become the key focus in the retail industry, the need for streamlining warehouse and distribution center (DC) operations is becoming more evident.
To learn how companies are handling their cross-docking operations, Peerless Research Group (PRG), on behalf of Logistics Management and Ryder System, Inc., surveyed 241 U.S.-based warehouse and logistics executives.
Download this research brief to find out what your peers had to say.
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