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1. Supply Chain Changes Driven by eCommerce
(News)
When you consider all the changes in our lives brought about by ecommerce, consumer topics like convenience, speed, selection, and so forth come to mind. For those of us in supply chain roles, think about ...
Created on 28 June 2016
2. EDI And Global Commerce Make A Perfect Pair
(Integration)
... like drop shippers vs. 3pl warehouses • Deciding whether to outsource a company’s EDI needs to experts It’s extremely important for suppliers to be certain they are utilizing a communication system ...
Created on 04 August 2015
3. Direct From Source - The Future Of Drop Shipping
(Logistics)
We have been following DROP SHIPPING right from the first time we heard the term. We have heard many definitions and at first it sounded great. Then we realized that we still had an expensive distribution ...
Created on 27 July 2015
4. Missed Opportunities For Not Using EDI and How Easy It Is
(EDI)
... y used EDI document for drop shipping arrangements is the Purchase Order Acknowledgement (855).  This document is sent to advise the buyer that the vendor has or will ship the merchandise.   For orde ...
Created on 14 July 2015
5. The Interplay Of Dropship And Omni-Channel
(Logistics)
... on how to intermarry dropship with omni-channel purchases are losing money. The report, Retail Insight: The Impact of Omni-Channel Trends for 2014 and Beyond, indicates drop ship deliveries are a huge ...
Created on 06 July 2015
6. Competition for the Last Mile
(Blogs)
... facility when they wanted to receive it. We couldn’t pull it off, as we were plagued by an immature distribution network, dependency on drop shipments from 3rd parties, a lack of visibility into exactly ...
Created on 05 February 2014
7. Getting IT Together
(Technology)
... ugh one of your retailer's web sited that is going to be drop shipped from your own warehouse, that web site should show at least whether the product is available at the time of their order. Notifying the  ...
Created on 06 December 2013
8. Retail Growth Expected
(News)
Want some positive news for a change? Retailers expect some strong growth next year. That's good for all of us.Read the press release on the research on the Marketwatch site HERE.
Created on 13 November 2013
9. Dropship and the Logistics Provider
(Logistics)
In 2012, I wrote about the end delivery process in drop shipping. Next, my target was to walk back up the chain and find a company that was manufacturing something then shipping it. I searched for someone ...
Created on 06 May 2013
10. What's Omni-Channel Mean to Me?
(Retail)
... latency from processes, making inventory checks and account queries quick and easy. And the back-end integration staff needs to build and maintain the proper connections with suppliers, drop shippers, ...
Created on 04 April 2013
11. Drop Ship Challenges
(News)
The whole drop ship model sounds like a slam dunk. You take the orders, your drop shipper ships his inventory, you rake in the cash. What can go wrong?Well, Pawel Grabowski on the eCommerce Insiders site ...
Created on 05 March 2013
12. Lenovo Supply Chain Improvements
(News)
Lenovo has made major changes in their supply chain based on improvements to their direct ship capabilities, order allocation process for material in transit, and touchless order processing. Jon Pershke, ...
Created on 22 October 2012
13. E-Commerce here to Stay!
(EDI)
... any of the parts of an E-Commerce and Drop Ship fulfillment model but nothing to the extent of what these guys put together. For those that did not attend that session or were not at the conference, I'd reco ...
Created on 20 September 2012
14. Outbound Shipment Tracking Can Save You
(Supply)
... shipping to a retailer’s customer, in an instance known as drop ship. When a retailer asks a supplier to ship to the retailer’s customer, in some cases the supplier is working with a carrier like UPS on ...
Created on 23 August 2012
15. Outbound Shipment Tracking Can Save You
(Logistics)
... shipping to a retailer’s customer, in an instance known as drop ship. When a retailer asks a supplier to ship to the retailer’s customer, in some cases the supplier is working with a carrier like UPS on ...
Created on 23 August 2012
16. The Drop Ship Dilemma
(Logistics)
... many smart retailers are turning to drop shippers to help them compete. What’s a drop shipper? The easiest explanation is that it’s the retailer’s supplier, except that instead of (or in addition to) ...
Created on 16 July 2012
17. The Drop Ship Dilemma
(Retail)
... many smart retailers are turning to drop shippers to help them compete. What’s a drop shipper? The easiest explanation is that it’s the retailer’s supplier, except that instead of (or in addition to) ...
Created on 16 July 2012
18. Leveraging Stores as Fulfillment Nodes in the Supply Chain
(Retail)
... efficient location and then ship the goods via the most efficient fulfillment channel, whether it is a central warehouse, drop ship provider, or yes, even a store. But in RSR’s study, “Retail Supply ...
Created on 01 July 2012
19. Leveraging Stores as Fulfillment Nodes in the Supply Chain
(Logistics)
... efficient location and then ship the goods via the most efficient fulfillment channel, whether it is a central warehouse, drop ship provider, or yes, even a store. But in RSR’s study, “Retail Supply ...
Created on 01 July 2012
20. The 800 Pound Gorilla
(Supply)
... I ordered it on-line from The Watch Company.  It then occurred to me…..I was the victim of the drop ship process!  So of course, this encouraged my mind to run amuck.  What are the pros and cons of this ...
Created on 01 July 2012