Your job is to keep your shelves full for your customers so they can find what they're looking for at a time that's convenient for them. After all, if you don't, they'll just find what they're looking for somewhere else.
If your current carrier can't keep up or deliver on time for your needs, it looks bad on you.
Keep your shelves full and your customers happy with Anderson Trucking Service (ATS) in your retail shipping network. With decades of experience in every stage of the retail supply chain, we'll help you meet your customers' needs with:
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If your customers can't find the product they're looking for, they oftentimes ask when you're expecting more. Are you able to answer that question for them? If not, it's time to evaluate your transportation provider and how they're fulfilling your needs.
Never be left guessing when you can expect your urgent inventories to arrive. With ATS, you’ll have 24/7 access to our wide array of technology services, including our Customer Portal, providing you insight into where your freight is and when you can expect it to arrive.
Whether you're managing fixture updates or shipping general merchandise, it's vital that your inventories get shipped damage-free and on time to avoid delays. What factors do you need to look for in order to keep your customers happy? Here are some of the most common questions we get about retail shipping to help you decide.
With so many things to keep in mind and priorities to juggle, it's not uncommon for issues to occur in retail supply chains. Avoid them by prioritizing these four tactics.
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