What to Know: The 2020 Holiday E-Commerce Boom and the Supply Chain

The holiday season has arrived, and while this year has been a rather odd year, make no mistake, the demand for e-commerce is at an all-time high in light of the events of 2020. In the second quarter of this year alone, e-commerce sales were up a record 44.4 percent over the same period last year. This number was projected to only increase as we head into the holiday season. 

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Over the past two weeks, we shared our first and second blogs in a series of three, which...

September "Caught Acting Like an Owner" Nominees and Winner

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FST Logistics Named as a project44 Preferred Carrier

project44, which provides the first standard of web services-enabled communication to the...