Businesses today, by necessity, must focus on efficiencies, productivity and cost controls. When company managers decide to cut costs,
they usually consider the standard troika: cost of labor, material costs and facilities expenses.

Indeed, cost savings can be reliably wrung out of those expense centers. One of the most overlooked cost savings opportunities, however, is the cost of shipping – an ever-escalating but controllable cost. This informational paper discusses seven areas where companies can maximize on shipping and cut costs at the same time, ultimately to maintain a healthy bottom line.