Technology January 26, 2017
The “sharing economy” will reverberate across the supply chain and all industry lines
Technology December 8, 2011
The Consumer Electronics Show is the most important trade show of the year for the electronics industry and ALL THE BIG PLAYERS will be there. At McKenna, as we deal with numerous electronics companies, we feel that it is beneficial for us to attend to talk with our existing customers but also to meet new prospects and explain what we can do to help them out in Canada.
Technology May 16, 2011
This article lets our customers know that we are now on Twitter.... feel free to join up and follow us!
Technology September 10, 2010
How many times have you received a quote for a service and you believed that it was too high? You diligently did your homework and gathered some quotes from other providers to ensure that the service quoted is competitive and a reflection of what the current marketplace will offer. Once you compare the quotes-the question often becomes: Which competitor is going to provide me with top of the line service and at a fair price? 3PL providers and prospects do not operate any differently-in fact, as a salesperson, I get to listen to the prospect ask all the time-well your quote, at times , is higher or lower than the rest. I always respond by walking the client through the service quoted and the value that our 3PL will provide for the rate that has been quoted. It is my job to convince the prospect that the rate quoted is a reflection of our service levels and our ability to get the job done right the first time.
Technology November 9, 2009
Whether your business involves consumer electronics or industrial electronics, both present unique challenges with respect to choosing a logistics provider. Challenges in electronics logistics stem from the fact that anything with memory or a processor has the shelf life of food, requires the same security as a pile of cash and needs the same protection as your dishware during a move. These are all realities of your business, and your third party logistics provider (3PL) should already have them covered. If they don't then it is likely in your best interest to move on.