Tag: on-demand warehousing

Why Your Delivery Promise Matters


In May, we launched FLEXE Next-Day Fulfillment, our on-demand fulfillment solution that enables retailers to reach 98% of the U.S. with next-day ground delivery. As part of the launch, we created a calculator that surveys retailers on their current demand pattern and percentage of the market they can currently reach with next-day delivery. The output […]

2017 Warehouse Capacity Economics and Trends Report


In mid-2015, FLEXE conducted a survey of supply chain professionals across multiple industries to identify and understand what key industry trends affect inventory and capacity fluctuations. We conducted the same survey, which closed in early 2017 and targeted the same audience to see how and if conditions have changed. THE PURPOSE The rise of eCommerce and […]

Is Your Supply Chain Thoughtfully Designed, or an Afterthought?


By Jeff Metersky, vice president of solution strategy, LLamasoft   Many of the world’s best known companies’ supply chains grew from a series of historical accidents rather than intentional design. Because of this, a simple activity like mapping and visualizing supply chain flows can often spark critical questions such as, “Why are materials sourced from Region […]

Subscription Box Retail: Match Supply with Growing Demand

There are an overwhelming amount of decisions that go into making a purchase. Whether the reason to buy something is based on “need” or “want,” we’re inundated with options. In the last couple of years, a new kind of commerce has taken center stage to help curate a better, more convenient shopping experience: subscription boxes. […]

eCommerce Fulfillment “How-To” Guide for Shippers

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You have the supply and there’s a demand, but you’re struggling to optimize your eCommerce fulfillment services and Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is forcing you to leave money on the table. There’s a better way. With eCommerce Fulfillment services from FLEXE, you can reduce shipping time and costs associated with the last mile of delivery. […]

// from Jordan Furdock at Net-Results