"White Glove" continues to be a trending buzzword in the supply chain and logistics world. Where many logistics and transportation companies claim to handle every shipment with the utmost care, it is the white glove aspect of a delivery that sets this service apart from the rest. Pegasus first started working with clients in the telecom marketplace where unique delivery requirements are the norm. Whether it is server racks going into data servers, kitchen equipment deploying into multiple retail locations, or ATMs moving into Financial Institutions, we deliver specific resources needed to meet your needs.
Taking large volumes to market across thousands of locations is no doubt chaotic and challenging. Whether it is a new product launch or a store refresh for a large marketing campaign, time constraints compound the complexity of coordinating across multiple delivery locations, managing installations, and in some cases, multiple shipper locations.
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When you don’t have control over the hundreds of vendor orders and shipments currently spread throughout the supply chain, the ultimate price paid is customer frustration over timeliness and accuracy. There are direct negative financial outcomes to errors across the supply chain, but indirectly if your customers aren’t happy, they aren’t coming back.
Last month, we posted part three of our Final Mile Delivery blog series and provided advice on improving your current logistics services and how to search for the right partner. Join us for the final blog in this series, part four, as we talk about how e-commerce and the “Amazon effect” have impacted the supply chain industry and shaped people’s expectations of logistics in the business-to-business (B2B) space.
The United States is the largest medical device market in the world and the final mile delivery of high-value medical equipment is the #1 challenge in transporting these products to hospitals and medical offices. Your installers are set up and your project managers have dedicated weeks of time coordinating the move. Then, your medical equipment doesn’t show up on time or it arrives damaged to your customer. In the medical device industry, this can all lead to extra headaches, extra costs, and extra damage to your brand’s reputation, especially when these failures continue to happen. Finding the right logistics partner in today’s world of complex supply chains is key to your success and your sanity.
Last month, we posted part two of our Final Mile Delivery blog series and discussed the consequence of failure if the final mile delivery goes wrong. Join us for part three below as we talk through some questions you may ask if you have realized the consequence of failure is great and something needs to change. We hope to provide you with advice on improving your current logistics services and helpful points in searching for the right partner.