By LM Staff ·
January 16, 2018
Rising warehousing costs are forcing shippers to find new ways to maximize valuable real estate. At the same time, dimensional weight (DIM) pricing is pressuring the same companies to reduce box sizes and the cost to ship their orders.
Felt both on the shipping and receiving sides of the business, these impacts necessitate a focused effort on maximizing space and gaining efficiencies without having to pay more for services or hire more labor.
Read our new Making the Case download to learn how a growing number of shippers are managing these market pressures and realizing significant ROI from investments with the help of automated dimensioning solutions.
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