With eCommerce continuing to set sales records, Quiet Logistics' clients are in the middle of the sales boom. This holiday 2015 proved to be our busiest 4th quarter to date, with a 30% increase in units passing through our facilities over the previous year.Read More
In today’s eCommerce era, returns are a way of life for shoppers and sellers alike. With more and more companies launching as direct to consumer brands and the continued growth of the return-intensive try and buy subscription models, it’s imperative to factor returns into the life cycle of products.Read More
Speeding perfectly packaged deliveries to eagerly awaiting customers is one of our favorite things to talk about – but that’s only half of the story. When it comes to e-commerce, outbound orders only “stick” about 15-20 percent of the time depending on product type. The rest of these orders are returned, perhaps because the customer has changed their mind, the item doesn’t fit, or maybe it just doesn’t look or feel as they imagined it.
In an ideal world, every customer would be 100% satisfied with his or her purchase every single time. But let’s get real: sizing can be tricky, customers change their minds, and dealing with returned items is a major component of any ecommerce business strategy.