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NETWORK DELIVERY

Definition:

A distribution network is an interconnected group of storage facilities and transportation systems that receive inventories of goods and then deliver them to customers. It is an intermediate point to get products from the manufacturer to the end customer, either directly or through a retail network.

Overview

As an e-commerce fulfilment specialist, we don't require a fleet of haulage vehicles to fulfil customer orders. Instead we utilise our considerable network of parcel and pallet delivery partners to facilitate both National and International deliveries. 

Our carrier management platform places technology at the forefront of delivery service selection through specific consignment intelligence driven by weight, dimension and lead time.

We provide our customers with access to a comprehensive suite of flexible delivery services and through bulk buying we can leverage competitive pricing.

Top Tip:

Third party logistics companies specialise in multi-user warehousing and as a result they process significant daily throughput.
In doing so they are able to group consignments and have significant bulk buying power with the major carriers as a result plus increased flexibility on collection times.
By outsourcing to a 3PL you are able to tap into their buying power and enjoy the benefits associated with groupage.