Evolution of E-Commerce, Social Media and Logistics

Darkstore - an urban fulfillment company and “invisible retailer” providing services for e-commerce brands, partnered with Nike to bring sneakers direct-to-consumer by way of Snapchat. Yes, you read that correctly - Sneakers purchased inside the Snapchat app. TechCrunch reported that this “collaboration of epic proportions pre-released the Air Jordan III “Tinker” on Snapchat with same-day …

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TForce Offers T-Tracks to Healthcare Customers to Monitor Perishable Shipments

TForce Critical offers time-critical, stat, and routed same-day deliveries for the healthcare industry. A very large component of these deliveries is the transport of lab specimens and live organs that require fast, careful, and temperature-controlled delivery methods. Our commitment to exceptional customer experiences and patient care has positioned us as a leader in critical shipments. …

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Delighting the Customer is the Key to Successful Final Mile

An article in Supply Chain Brain proposed this important question: "As last-mile delivery becomes an increasingly important part of the brand promise, how can it be leveraged to delight the customer? How do you transform delivery drivers into brand ambassadors*?” We as a company are committed to creating quality customer experiences across the board, from …

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Final Mile: Crowdsourcing vs. Traditional Delivery Methods – Which One is Better?

The Final Mile is our specialty here at TForce. We bring goods directly to the end user whether that is a business or consumer. With e-commerce fueling a boom in online buying and the need for same-day shipping, should companies be taking on crowdsourced delivery methods instead of a more traditional approach? Traditional logistics businesses …

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