Tag: deliveries


More counterfeits in your supply chain?

July 13, 2022

Via: SCMR Editorial

The global counterfeiting problem is a multi-headed monster that continues to grow. We heard about counterfeit PPE products that seemed to be everywhere during the pandemic, putting the lives of health care workers in danger. Demand was so high for […]


Predict the Unpredictable Supply Chain with Artificial Intelligence

June 2, 2022

Via: RIS News

Supply chain is all the rage. Retailers struggle to cope with supply shortages, rising costs, uncertain deliveries, and new demand patterns from consumers. There must be a better way to navigate this new normal with speed and agility. Retailers turn […]


Amazon tests same-day delivery from malls

May 23, 2022

Via: RetailWire is testing a new program that leverages its Flex gig economy driver network to bring deliveries to consumers’ doorsteps from malls. Amazon is testing the program with participating retailers at a few malls in Las Vegas, Virginia and Texas, […]

E-commerce, Retail Types

Online purchases now account for up to 70% of John Lewis sales

December 22, 2020

Via: Charged

Purchases made online accounted for up to 70 per cent of sales at John Lewis this year, as the retailer reported back on its Shop, Live, Look consumer report for 2020. Examining customer trends in the past 12 months, John […]

Retail Types, Stores

Target tests more frequent, tailored deliveries to stores

May 14, 2018

Via: Retail Dive

In the race against Amazon and other rivals, Target is using its growing fleet of small-format stores (which will total 130 by the end of 2019) as a major competitive advantage. These stores, mainly in urban, suburban and college markets, […]


Walmart’s Uber and Lyft partnerships end

May 9, 2018

Via: Retail Dive

Delivery through Uber and Lyft seemed promising to Walmart and its investors because of the large footprint both ride-share companies have, and because adding grocery trips seemed like a natural fit. The retailer could quickly scale up in target markets […]