McKenna handles consumer electronics with care for successful electronics logistics
Technology is a powerful tool in today’s world, and technology is composed of products and hardware that require special handling. Your electronics logistics need to be managed by distribution warehousing providers who understand your industry and your products.
We understand all your electronics logistics needs
McKenna Logistics has extensive experience in working with technology products and our logistics solutions can be customized to suit your business. Our online web portal lets you monitor your inventory and shipments at any time. We use RF tracking technology to ensure your product is readily available when you need to ship it, whatever the season, wherever it is needed.
Some of the many benefits of working with us include:
Seasonal requirements, such as increased demand on laptops for back-to-school each fall or MP3 players on every holiday wish list, are easily accommodated with our extensive electronics logistics distribution warehousing space across Canada.
We can make recommendations on the best practices for storage, labelling and packaging your products for efficiency and order fulfillment accuracy.
Secure locations with extensive tracking technology capabilities ensure your valuable products are safe and secure and accessible to you at all times.
Driver shortages, government regulations, and increased fuel prices have pushed for innovation in greener supply chain practices. And as an industry leader in the Canadian marketplace since the 1950’s, the McKenna team continues to stay up to date on these changes, while also finding new ways to service our clients in the best and most cost-efficient ways possible.
The odds are that you’ve heard about changes to the minimum hourly wage for Ontario employees: As of January 1st, 2018, legislation was passed to increase the minimum wage from $11.60 to $14, and then to $15 by January 1st, 2019. After 2019, the wage is to rise annually with inflation.
It’s a no-brainer for large and busy companies to partner with logistics and fulfillment solutions centres to store and ship their goods by truck, air, rail, or water. However, deciding whether or not to process your own orders is a much more difficult decision for small business owners with limited cash.
Importing to Canada?
We serve all of Canada and we understand the unique Canadian logistics market