Delivering unexpected options: Can Amazon win the logistics game?

Delivering unexpected options: Can Amazon win the logistics game?

When a business needs to send a package, it has a familiar suite of options: USPS, UPS, FedEx or DHL. These companies all have at least a few decades under their delivery belt — the youngest, FedEx, is coming up on its 47th birthday. With that sort of history, it's little wonder that companies hesitate to...


7 tips for better inventory management
Manufacturing Business Technology

Inventory control is one of the most important requirements for manufacturers and distributors, especially in a changing landscape where pen and paper record keeping has become obsolete as we all respond to digital transformation. Businesses today should fully utilize the technology solutions available that can help them compete, grow, and thrive well into the future.

mission statement

Lansdale Warehouse is committed to excellence and customer satisfaction. The Lansdale Warehouse Company provides premier warehouse and distribution services in a safe and secure environment for customers' goods at a reasonable cost. Our "quality management" atmosphere engenders an entrepreneurial attitude that ultimately translates into "100% customer satisfaction through a 'zero defectives' process." Continuous improvement attitudes ensure dependable customer service. Employee participation,...

NextGen supply chain at DHL
Modern Materials Handling

If Modex 2018, the biannual materials handling trade event in Atlanta, is anything like years past, some of the best-attended booths will be from companies exhibiting technologies that will power distribution centers in the next generation supply chain. Those will be the booths with the latest in robotic mobile and piece picking solutions, virtual reality and heads-up displays such as Google Glass.


Why you should get your supply chain in the cloud
Supply Chain Dive

It's no secret that cloud based computing is becoming more prevalent across a wide array of industries. Forrester research projects that revenues from cloud computing will grow by more than $241 billion through 2020. This race to the cloud has been fueled by strategic value and bottom-line cost savings.

Evolution of E-commerce: The possibilities of tomorrow
Logistics Management

The rapid growth of e-commerce is driving deep changes in logistics, from tightening up trucking capacity to elevating the importance of final-mile delivery processes. To respond, logistics managers now need to think in terms of systems that they can leverage today to make processes more efficient, while also keeping an eye on longer-term developments that will reshape tomorrow’s possibilities.

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