The logistics industry is ready to face Black Friday
Black Friday has retailers and consumers already immersed in the campaign, which in recent years has grown from a single Friday to several weeks.
Many purchases have their manufacturers and stock warehouses in continents other than the place from which the order is placed. For example, we find European users who buy products in from Asia or Americans who purchase products from stores that have their logistics and manufacturing facilities in Europe.
This means that the companies have to send the goods by air or sea transport in the first step, and once in the country of destination, they have to move them by road or rail freight forwarding.
Many retailers have increased the stock of multiple products taking into account this Black Friday and the upcoming Christmas campaign in order to provide an optimal service to their customers. This way, they avoid having to announce that an item in their online or physical store is out of stock.
Black Friday and transport logistics
There is currently uncertainty affecting the global transport of goods and the manufacture of electronic components and other supplies.
Customers, particularly e-commerce ones, have got used to receiving their purchases within a very short period, such as one to three days after payment. Freight forwarding operations need to be fully effective to meet today’s demand.
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Thanks to the monitoring carried out by our professionals and the wide network of advisors we have, Logisber reduces crisis situations to a minimum. All our consultants are up to date with the latest legislation and market trends in each territory.
There is no doubt that our wide experience brings security and confidence to our customers against any foreign problem that may arise in the transit of their goods. Do you want a safe freight forwarding operation in times of high commercial movement such as Black Friday? Trust Logisber.