A version of this article was published in the Ritz Herald featuring McMurray Stern.
“With the Omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus forcing more and more people to shelter and quarantine, the need for quick and efficient delivery is growing again.
Wanner’s Transport explains, “As more people around the world shelter in their homes to wait out the COVID-19 pandemic, delivery services begin to take on a more important role in our everyday lives. People are having food and drink delivered to avoid the panic-buying crowds at the grocery store. Hospitals and doctors’ offices need more medicine and equipment now more than ever and are relying on 24-hour courier service to get these crucial items to them on time.”
Many businesses find it challenging to create an environment in which 24-hour delivery is possible. From supply chain to courier services, 24-hour delivery can seem like an impossible task to complete with regularity.
“McMurray Stern wants to support your logistics and supply chain during this challenging time. For those in manufacturing and distribution, it’s never been more critical to have a seamless, streamlined logistics chain at the warehouse,” explains a McMurray Stern spokesperson. “Once goods are received, the right automated solutions can help you move quickly and efficiently with greater accuracy. Several of our automated storage and retrieval offerings can operate in as little as 5,000 square feet of space allowing you to improve your store-level fulfillment as well.””