Being ready for the Holiday E-Commerce Rush
As the holiday season gears up, this e-book discusses e-commerce challenges and practical tips for managing fulfilment and choosing the right packaging solutions.
Thriving in peak season requires more than long hours — it takes a bold reimagining of your fulfilment operation.
Shipping volume continued to rise this year, and peak parcel season is about to take it to the next level. Packaging, shipping, and delivery are more important now than ever before.
Will the package arrive on time? Will it be damaged? Will it provide a memorable unboxing experience?
Distribution centres have to answer these questions every year, but this season’s high volumes will undoubtedly create new and unprecedented challenges — and your operation will have to overcome them to be successful.
In this e-book, you’ll read about:
- Practical tips for managing the packing floor and being prepared for this year’s holiday rush
- How to protect your deliveries from transit damage, weather, and mistakes by busy parcel workers
Peak holiday season is usually the most profitable time for retailers, e-commerce brands, and distributors. That’s why it’s critically important to protect your bottom line from reshipping costs and loss of brand loyalty.
Protect from Damage
Mistakes can happen at any time during transit, but during the overwhelming demands of peak season, packages are more likely to be crushed by other boxes, or dropped by busy parcel workers. We specialize in solutions that ensure products are delivered intact, no matter what they come up against during transit.
Protect Holiday Memories
Now, during the holiday season, delivering a package is even more important. The unboxing experience should complement the unwrapping experience.
As a retailer, you naturally want to get products safely from your store to a customer’s doorstep, which is why you must ensure the proper packaging protocols and systems are in place to accommodate the high demand.
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