E-commerce Boom and Greater Outsourced Logistics Demand
The e-commerce Boom, as Described by Food Logistics, Leads to Outsourced Logistics Demand.
It is essential to revisit the common vernacular that describes the growing industry of e-commerce. E-commerce is the business practice of creating a product delivered to the consumer’s doorstep after the order entry through popular shopping portals like Shopify.
E-commerce brands aim to drive demand for a unique product offering and acquire customers into subscription-based models. Optimization of this model strives to keep customer acquisition costs down and basket size up. E-commerce expertise is frequently in marketing and product curation.
Direct-to-Consumer Fulfillment is the service that delivers a product to a consumer’s doorstep. At Burris Logistics, we are a premier third-party direct-to-consumer fulfillment provider that uses our experience as an interconnected supply change solution to create value for our e-commerce partners. With a rich history in food logistics, we have warehouses capable of storing inventory in a controlled environment. This same product is then picked and packed destined for American households.
Through Logistics Technology, our systems integrate with online orders ensuring rapid fulfillment and ongoing inventory management. Added values, including freight management and a network of warehouses across the United States, optimize business operations behind the curtain, letting our partners focus on what they do best.
With our end-to-end supply chain solutions, Team Member expertise in cold storage, and innovative approach to direct-to-consumer fulfillment, we were named to Food Logistics Top 3PL & Cold Storage Providers list for 2022. Learn more about our direct-to-consumer capabilities on our website.