Last mile logistics represents the final step in the supply chain – but it is one of the most significant. Your customer doesn’t care how well-executed the rest of the flow is. Their lasting impression comes from how conveniently and reliably they get their products. Moreover, customers increasingly prefer customization efforts, especially those - like expedited, pickup, and other delivery options - that offer an added layer of convenience.
The brands to beat are those that stick the landing. Here’s how businesses leverage logistics control towers, dynamic modeling, and a rules-based execution engine to achieve superior customer service while saving on last mile delivery costs.
Supplement this infographic with a more in-depth look at Why Last Mile Logistics Should Be Your First Priority.