Top 7 Trends in Last-Mile Delivery to Watch in 2022

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Given the rise of e-commerce along with rapid changes in retail, brands are starting to pay special attention to last-mile logistics. As the market becomes increasingly saturated, retailers must take advantage of the latest last-mile trends to differentiate themselves from their competitors.

Our media partner, Parcel Monitor has compiled a list of top 7 trends in last-mile delivery to watch out for in 2022: 

  1. Rapid Last-Mile Fulfillment
  2. Urban Warehousing
  3. Insourcing Delivery
  4. Robotics, Drones & Autonomous Vehicles
  5. Customer Experience in Last-Mile
  6. No Returns, Just Refunds
  7. Crowdsourcing Last-Mile Delivery

While it is certainly exciting to see so many changes taking shape in the last-mile delivery sector over the past couple of years, adaptation is key to survival in an industry as fast-paced as retail. As such, businesses must constantly evaluate their services to ensure their alignment with the shifting realities of today. 

Interested to learn more? Check out the full article here!

About Parcel Monitor

Parcel Monitor is the leading platform for e-commerce logistics insights. By leveraging on our data capabilities, Parcel Monitor creates an open space for the ecosystem to discover, collaborate and innovate. 

Through data and the collective wisdom of the community, we believe we can inspire change in e-commerce logistics and deliver a better experience for consumers, merchants, and carriers.

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