We’re proud to announce that the 2018 peak season saw a crucial order pass through our hands – okay, they’re all crucial, but this one was also symbolically important! – as the team processed our 20 millionth order during December.Continue reading Capacity Passes the 20 Million Mark
Capacity is proud to announce that we have reached a company milestone in mid-November: more than 10 million orders processed. That’s a lot of products that have passed through our dock doors over the past 17 years.
This landmark figure was passed before the Black Friday/Cyber Monday volume spike, making it even more satisfying to start shipping holiday orders this week! Continue reading Capacity Passes the 10 Million Order Mark!
Up and down the East Coast last week, businesses were busy preparing for the arrival of winter storm Jonas. Readying shovels and plows, we all watched the weather forecasts closely and prepared to do some digging.
Over the years, we’ve learned to listen less to the flamboyant names and more to one simple mantra that sees us through: Capacity keeps working, even when the weather doesn’t! Continue reading Capacity Works When the Weather Doesn’t
The monthly series Ask Capacity focuses on questions from customers, service providers, and some good friends. We’ll take submissions via Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin, so feel free to ask our experts if you have a burning desire to learn about a particular fulfillment topic, supply chain trend, or even if you just want to know where to eat in the tri-state area!
Today we answer a question that every company should consider regularly as it grows: how do you define quality? Continue reading Ask Capacity: How Do You Define Quality?
They say there’s no use crying over spilled milk, but if the bill for said spillage were to run into billions of dollars, we can forgive the nation’s retailers for shedding a tear or two.
(At some points during the west coast’s congestion problem, it probably wasn’t unusual to see some operations managers in the fetal position, weeping inconsolably.)
With all of that in the distant past, however, importers can now move onwards and upwards into the next peak season, right?