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Tips for Residential Delivery of Big Ticket Items this Holiday Season

The holidays are once again upon us, which means a busy shopping season, as well as a busy season for logistics companies that deliver online sales directly to consumers.

 

According to Coresight Research, "total online sales excluding automobiles will rise over 16 percent year over year during the holiday period.” In addition, "e-commerce will capture 20 percent of all non-food retail sales, up from around 18.5 percent for the final quarter of 2017."

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Giving Thanks for Our Employees

As we all know, existing medical equipment and technology begin to go out-of-date almost as soon as they hit the market for use. Medical equipment manufacturers prepare for obsolescence by developing new products with approved technologies and ergonomic enhancements, all while existing products are still in production. This ensures the constant development of new-generation products, but also leaves a continued supply of obsolete equipment in its wake.

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Giving Thanks for Our Employees

This Thanksgiving week, many families will gather together and reflect on the people, good fortune and gratitude that abounds. As a company, it gives us a moment to show our appreciation and thankfulness for our most valuable asset - our employees.

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The Renewed Case for Third Party Logistics

As the logistics and transportation industry continues to evolve, many headlines speak to keeping up with Amazon, Uber and Lyft, and the benefits those companies provide to consumers. But when you turn to big-ticket items, the conveniences of two-day delivery by virtually anyone with a driver’s license goes out the window. 


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Perspectives: Super-Sized Logistics

One of our very first blogs was discussing the Amazon Effect, and how it will lead to many changes not only within the logistics industry, but in the shipping realm as a whole. Fast forward a few months later, we continue to see the effects. This time, specifically in large-item shipping.



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Coming up Short: The Impact of Driver Shortages on the Logistics Industry

This significant driver shortage directly affects the logistics industry, especially with long-haul jobs, driving transportation costs higher. This means many companies are forced to raise their prices to offset the rising costs. Since more than 70 percent of U.S. goods are transported by truck, addressing this driver shortage is crucial for the future of the industry.

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