COVID-19 & Last Mile Evolution Webinar (June 19th)

By Jack Grimshaw
Curb-side delivery. Contactless delivery. The use of augmented reality. Last mile delivery is being forced to evolve due to COVID-19...

To help you get to grips with your last mile operations eft by Reuters Events have put together the following webinar: COVID-19 & Last Mile Delivery: Rethinking the Approach to Demand Fluctuations

Register now for the webinar here: (Friday June 19th 10AM EST/3PM BST) - https://zoom.us/webinar/register/7915916987052/WN_67hXaA_4Tp6-Hkrw9O9OEA

Speakers from GEODIS, Scandit, Shipt (a Target Company) and SEKO Logistics discuss:

  • Learn how technology solutions such as augmented reality can better equip you to deal with variations in demand and improve your customer experience
  • Leverage a digital first software approach in order to scale at speed and more efficiently onboard new workers in a safe manner
  • Understand that there is no need to rip up current systems & break the bank to create a seamless delivery experience that places the customer at the center
  • Discuss whether new variations of delivery such as curb-side delivery & contactless delivery will usher in a new normal for last-mile delivery

Can’t join? Sign up to get the recording: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/7915916987052/WN_67hXaA_4Tp6-Hkrw9O9OEA 

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