Whether you are the supplier of a delivery or the recipient of a delivery, track and trace for your B2B delivery is essential for operational procedures
Over the past decade, the logistics industry has changed beyond recognition. This change has been driven mostly by the advances in technology. In a world driven by technology and networking, it is inevitable that there will continue to be major advancements and modifications to the future of parcel delivery and couriers.
We are now living in an era where we no longer have to rely on paper maps to find our way around. Now paper maps are a thing of the past, we have been blessed with many apps and services which help us easily find our way around the UK and even abroad!
Parcel delivery has seen a huge growth throughout the world due to the extreme increase in online shopping, and as ecommerce continues to grow, so will the volume of parcels in the transit network.
The delivery experience is an important aspect of online purchasing in the B2C sector, with consumer demands high for free or discounted delivery options, but what about the B2B sector? Delivery options for the B2B sector are usually offered as “standard” with no or little premium options.
Where would we be without GPS? Most of us use it every day for a wide range of services and applications, but how does it really work?