In the retail world, drop shipping is catching fire. As the Wall Street Journal reported earlier this year, retailers are jumping on the drop-shipping bandwagon not only to offer their customers a wider variety of products and provide a more satisfying shopping experience, but also to cut their inventory and supply chain costs by relying on third-party suppliers to stock, manage and deliver their customers’ orders.
As it becomes more mainstream among retailers, drop shipping presents a golden opportunity for suppliers to substantially grow their business. But it’s by no means a risk-free opportunity.
In this article, Paula Heikell, vice president of product marketing at Logistyx Technologies discusses five key practices shippers can implement to reduce errors that result in costly redelivery charges and an unsatisfactory customer experience.Read Full Article Here