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Are multi-channel orders challenging your DC?

July 29, 2013

As the market continues to move to a buy anywhere/ship from anywhere/deliver to anywhere model, distribution is one of the fastest-changing processes in the world of logistics.

With the number of online and mobile orders on the rise, manufacturers and distributors are grappling with how to best control their costs while serving customers across multiple channels of distribution.

A study conducted by Peerless Research Group on behalf of Modern Materials Handling found that distributors and manufacturers alike are under pressure to meet these challenges. The research shows that respondents are taking a variety of approaches to meet these new demands.

To learn more about how your peers are handling these changes, download Meeting the Multi-channel Distribution Challenge study.

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