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Amazon, Walmart battle it out for Prime Day

Amazon’s annual Prime Day, which the online retailer moved to October 13-14 because of COVID-19, may have a bit stiffer competition this year. Last year was the first time Amazon made their Prime Day a two-day event to make it easier on their online ordering system and offer Prime members more time to shop. They’ve […]

Meet: Anne Williams

When we first starting blogging at On Time Logistics, we knew we wanted to feature our team members. One of our very first team member spotlights was Anne Williams, who has been a faithful employee for more than a decade. A long time has passed since that feature and many things have changed like Anne […]

Take extra traffic precautions as school starts

Starting Monday, schools across Arkansas are headed back to class. It would be foolish to try and pretend that this annual blog we do reminding people about school traffic safety is anything but the usual. COVID-19 has turned everyone’s worlds upside down to varying degrees, and parents, educators, and the community have worked to figure […]

How COVID has impacted the logistics industry

In our latest newsletter, our president, Steve Jones, talked briefly about managing final mile business during the pandemic. We wanted to expand on those thoughts and talk more about what COVID-19 is revealing about the industry and its future. Major decline in consumer demand We don’t have to remind you what happened when COVID-19 first […]

Meet: Jorge Gonzalez

The last few months have been especially busy at On Time Logistics, sometimes almost reaching holiday rush capacity. We always appreciate our warehouse and delivery workers but during the busy times, their reliability is even more vital! We are grateful for team members such as Jorge Gonzalez, who does warehouse/driver work for us in Northwest […]

We can only strain the supply chain so much

It is common sense that if you put too much strain on something, be it a physical object or a relationship, that thing will eventually break. We believe that is determined to happen to the supply chain and we can already see the impairment happening in recent months. Retailers need to find other ways to […]

Fleet management is changing in 2020

A trend that On Time Logistics predicted would continue to increase in 2020 is that fleet management would continue to evolve. As consumers’ need for same-day delivery and instant gratification increases, so does the need for more efficient service. More packages are being ordered and the demand for faster delivery rises, that is forcing the […]
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