Restructuring made simpler with a logistics partner
Increased competition from online retailers has forced many big-box stores to restructure. Declining store sales have created the need to streamline inventory as companies seek to reduce costs.
Best Buy recently announced a 26 percent drop in its profit as a result of restructuring its market approach. The firm is closing a number of locations while shrinking inventory in others to cut costs. Working with a reverse logistics specialist can help firms minimize the time and expense associated with restructuring. Logistics firms may assist in refining transportation logistics, warehouse management and inventory control.
The process of reorganizing transportation logistics requires extensive analysis of routes, loading times, fuel expenses and a number of other factors. Third party logistics companies have the expertise to quickly establish new, effective routes to minimize the cost and disruption to distribution networks.
Third party logistics specialists can even assist with the liquidation of unsold merchandise from closing stores. The liquidation process allows retailers to gain revenue from items that may be costly to move to other locations. This procedure can help clear warehouse inventory space during closures, which may reduce disruptions to product delivery.
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