Most entities in the commercial sales industry have leaped readily into the world of buying and selling goods and resource materials via the online marketplace. It has its monetary advantages for business owners and satisfies the desire for an easy and convenient means of shopping.
It might seem like a win-win, but some Canadian trucking companies and industry affiliates are feeling the effects of the increased pressure from product demands. Commercial Canadian trucking companies are responsible for shipping over 80 percent of goods within Canada. E-commerce has introduced a new and urgent need for faster deliveries and quickly replenished freight.
With the recent boom of last year’s online market place, transportation companies are finding themselves over budget. Distribution needs to be efficient, avoid product loss, and goods need to be shipped quickly. The need for warehouse space has decreased as consumer desires are more specific and frequent. The goal for logisticians is to improve the efficiency of warehousing and distribution by satisfying both industry needs of speed and storage.
18 Wheels is a logistics company servicing Vancouver and Western Canada. They provide warehousing and distribution services and may offer some advantages to owners and distributors in the marketplace. 18 Wheels is a bonded and sufferance warehouse, which can provide both reserve logistics support and a place of safekeeping for goods that are to be stored or exported. The goal of 18 Wheels is to maximize investment returns on shipped goods that enter the Canadian economy and increase the efficiency of fleets and resources.
One major advantage of obtaining reverse logistics through 18 Wheels is that they seem to cover all bases and provide warehousing and distribution services holistically. This includes packing, damage prevention and reduction, daily inventory, and redistribution. Electronic Data Interchange EDIallows 18 Wheels’ clients to communicate with 18 Wheels distributors and receive updates on the inventory of stored goods, shipment schedules, and tracking information on exports. EDI may be a good resource for sellers whose main selling platform is online, but it’s also a great advantage to owners and managers of large retailers and storefronts in Vancouver.
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18 Wheels Warehousing & Trucking Limited
Burnaby Terminal, BC T1
7185 11th Avenue, Burnaby, BC V3N 2M5
Tilbury Terminal, BC T2
7708 80th Street, Delta, BC V1B 6A9
Annacis Island Terminal, BC T3
1531 Derwent Way, Delta, BC V3M 6K8
New Westminster Terminal, BC T4
780 Derwent Way, New Westminster, BC V2B 1A7
Burnaby Terminal, BC T5
2864 Norland Avenue, Burnaby, BC V5B 3A6
Vancouver, BC T6
525 North Skeena Avenue, Vancouver, British Columbia V5K 3P5
Vancouver, BC T7
3438 Lougheed Highway, Vancouver, British Columbia V5M 2A4
Nanaimo Terminal, BC T8
125 Bowlsby Street, Nanaimo, BC, V9R 6Z8
Kelowna Terminal, BC T9
720 Evans Ct, Kelowna, BC V1X 6G4
Calgary Terminal, Alberta T10
4990 68th Ave SE, Calgary, AB, T2C 4N8
Toronto Terminal, ON T11-A
5300 Harvester Rd, Burlington, ON L7L 5N5
Columbus, Ohio T12-A
433 London Groveport Rd, Lockbourne, OH 43137 USA
Washington, USA T13
3025 S. Geiger Blvd, Washington, 99224 USA
Burnaby, BC T14
2350 Willingdon Ave, Burnaby, BC V5C 5J6