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Dexters Talk About Considering the Options For Online Shopping

Wednesday 20 May 2020, 8:03PM
By Beckie Wright
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Due to the ongoing repercussions resulting from the COVID-19 crisis and subsequent lockdown, Dexters are looking at the considerations of setting up sor online shopping.  
If you haven’t before, there will no doubt be many of you thinking about setting up for online ordering. With the current fast changing scene of how consumers are choosing to do their shopping, it should be a consideration of any Business-To-Consumer (B2C) business. There are different methods to consider, including online shopping, where consumers purchase products directly from your website and you deliver them direct to their door, and click-and-collect, where consumers purchase products on your website, but they collect from their nearest store or collection point. 

Regarding your order-to-delivery channels, your choice of shopping option and product type will determine how complex your supply chain process is, and how your click to delivery/pick up channel is set up. Dexters has had extensive involvement in assisting many nationwide companies with their supply chain handling, safety and order picking equipment. Their inhouse design to manufacturing service, and their 23 years of experience, ensures they can give their clients smart and creative solutions. So, no matter which stage of the journey you’re at, you should give them a call, and they will   be more than happy to chat and give you some time. 

You can also call Ferg Deck directly on 021 224 8802 or email ferg.deck@dexters.co.nz. 

Dexters is innovative in their approach to every workplace situation, and they are dedicated to providing smart and creative solutions through experience. They provide the complete service from design, supply and implementation of materials handling projects, and they can source products locally, globally and also manufacture with their in-house manufacturing facility, so for more information on flammable storage, safety equipment suppliers and dangerous goods storage please go to http://dexters.co.nz .