The Guide to Fixed and Flexible Logistics

Consumer expectations are at an all-time high. Businesses that want to compete must bring goods closer to consumers to reduce last-mile transportation costs and speeds.

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Modernizing warehousing and fulfillment

The objective of traditional logistics networks was getting goods to a specific location at a specific time. Demand was proportional to the population density around a physical retail location, which made forecasting simpler.

But, eCommerce decentralized demand. Instead of goods going to predefined locations like a grocery store or department store, orders must now make it to shoppers' doorsteps.

  • Understand the strengths and limitations of fixed and flexible logistics.
  • Determine if a fixed and flexible approach makes sense for your organization.
  • Identify key applications of flexible logistics, and build consensus in your organization