News and Articles About Shipping Strategies
If you're shipping to our northern neighbor, get ready for changes starting May 31.
The San Francisco-based shipping startup is unveiling a new product today that aims to make the process of returning items you buy online hassle free.
Earth's biggest e-tailer could one day 3-D print your purchases from the back of a high-tech delivery truck.
The shipping company cuts its profit forecast, blaming the cost of extra measures it took to ensure deliveries were on time during the 2014 holiday season, and hinted it would start charging retailers more.
The San Francisco-based startup picks up unpackaged items from customers, boxes them and ships them through major carriers and the USPS.
An old competitor to UPS and FedEx has stepped up to deliver America's packages, leveraging technology and adjusting pricing.
Even if you didn't have any problems last year, it's a good idea to prepare and keep customers happy.
Ways to sidestep the serious shipping challenges in ecommerce subscription businesses.
The U.S. Postal Service got the go-ahead for a market test in San Francisco to deliver groceries in the early morning hours.
Used strategically, free shipping can be a valuable marketing tool to influence customers and increase sales.
Your product may be ready for the world long before your shipping operation is ready to deliver it. The expertise you need is available, for hire.
UPS just launched a service in the U.S. where customers can have packages delivered to a local grocery store, pharmacy or convenience shop.
By asking yourself these five questions, you can better understand what your company needs and how to stay competitive.
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