Tag: COVID-19 Coronavirus impact on online grocery fulfillment

Report of U.S. Wide Inventory Stock Out Challenges for Consumer-Packaged Goods

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides a side panel follow-up to our previously published blog, indicating that in the light of a now expanding COVID-19 infection surge underway within certain parts of the United States a corresponding but very related shortage of consumer product goods is occurring in retail channels.

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COVID-19 Higher Online Shipping Volumes Invoke More Bottlenecks and Added Costs as Carriers Add New Surcharges

The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights that in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the surge in online ordering activity is taxing carrier networks and performance, and how UPS and FedEx are instituting added surcharges or daily shipping volume restrictions. The result is invariably higher costs for online services for major retailers.

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COVID-19 Response- An Opportunity Lost for Many Online Grocery and Food Delivery Providers

The Supply Chain Matters blog addresses a likely opportunity lost for many online food and grocery providers in the midst of the COVID-19 global pandemic. As with the majority of ongoing developments related to the COVID-19 global pandemic, industry supply chains are succumbing both on the customer demand and supply aspects of respective fulfillment networks.

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