In an unprecedented move, 51T management is offering a massive discount on some of the company’s most popular in-cab chargers. The deal includes a 3-year warranty on all products.
As technology advances and demands for faster delivery accelerates, fulfillment teams are faced with new challenges that require more than just a tech response. Amidst shrinking delivery days, distribution centres sit at the heart of the biggest customer service challenges facing the logistics sector today.
Emergency services makes for an ideal use-case for 5G, says a recent report by techUK. The report makes for compelling reading for those in the sector who’ve got past ‘what is 5G?’ and ‘why is it different to 4G’?. The report highlights the benefits of 5G in control rooms and on the front line.
At 51T we’re very proud to provide charging stations, chargers and scanners to some of the UKs most relied-upon brands. For us, this means we’re fulfilling our vision to make serving customers a better experience for the people involved in the day-to-day delivery of those services.
At 51T, we work very closely with our resale channel to ensure that they are able to enhance the value of our products by helping to identify where we can provide complementary products or services within any package deal. Our resellers play a prominent role within a number of sectors - they provide hardware, installation, consulting, and troubleshooting services - to name but a few.
Our client, TNT is a European market leader in global express, logistics and international mail services. They approached us with a small problem that had large ramifications in terms of cost of fixing, loss of data and operational compliance and traceability of vehicles. We pride ourselves on providing full solutions to small but complex problems at competitive rates and in record time.
Last mile logistics, this final leg in the shipping journey is disrupting the market and businesses are rightly adopting new tech to help keep up. We take a look at the human aspect and discuss why enabling people with good hardware that fits the tech is key to delivering customer expectations.
Growth is great in the business world. When you look at the fastest growing companies one thing is certain: Logistics companies continue to increase in the size of their revenues as well as their reach.
Doctors and scientists have always seen the potential of healthcare and technology intersecting, even if they miss the mark a little bit (like the device from the early 1900s called an "electric bath").
Would you like to expand your product range? And save money while doing so?
If so, you should consider starting up as a reseller. Resellers offer a valuable outlet for wholesalers. Plus, it's a great opportunity to start a business without the hassle of a storefront.