Retailers continually push consumer goods manufacturers for better fill rates and quick turnarounds on product delivery. Product storage and warehousing presents numerous problems that must be overcome by Canadian consumer goods companies.
Business and industries today all seem to be introducing more taxes, tariffs, and surcharges. One of the more controversial and misunderstood of these tariffs, applicable to the transportation industry, fall under the category of “fuel surcharges”.
No two businesses are the same, and where contract warehousing may be the perfect solution for larger, well-established organizations, many smaller companies are looking towards multi-client (shared) warehousing to fulfill their individual requirements.