Article from DC Velocity and written by Victoria Kickham on November 14, 2018
Users of 3PL warehousing and distribution services need to ensure continuity of operations and effective change control. Supply chains are susceptible to unplanned disruptions from catastrophic weather events to a data breach. When major disruptions occur, many supply chains tend to break down and take a long time to recover. The goal of your 3PL provider should be to continue to function and satisfy customers’ needs even in the wake of a major disruption.
Several factors have contributed to increased demand for 3PL warehousing services in 2018. Providers of these services are overall experiencing double digit growth. Three events stand out as having the most significant impact:
In his 18 months of leadership as The Shippers Group President, Rob Doyle has introduced several changes focusing on initiatives that are meant to improve the overall customer experience. Attention is in the areas of procedures, training, internal auditing and continuous improvement as we look to perfect our processes to ensure a high level of quality in our service offerings. At The Shippers Group, we know consumers’ satisfaction with our customers’ products is a direct outcome of our ability to provide the ultimate supply chain experience for our customers. The Shippers Group helps our customers achieve on-time and accurate deliveries to consumers in the markets served by our customers.
Focused on quality, procedures and process improvements, The Shippers Group is experiencing strong performance in 2018. In his 18 months of leadership as President, Rob Doyle has introduced several changes centered on initiatives that improve the overall customer experience while increasing revenue and profit for the company. "While we rely on our strong heritage of integrity and hard work as a family owned company, today we are moving The Shippers Group to become an even more proficient supply chain partner," says Rob Doyle.