Castlery shortens delivery lead time by three times
This is through its partnership with logistics firm Maersk.
Singaporean furniture retailer Castlery wants to shorten its delivery lead time by three times through its partnership with logistics firm Maersk.
Through the multi-year global integrated logistics and fulfillment partnership, Castlery aims to reduce the waiting time for orders to one to two months. This is down from the average three to six months.
“Partnering with an integrated logistics partner like Maersk for the long-term gives us an edge in being adaptable and flexible to navigate disruptions and ensure efficient supply chain management,” Declan Ee, Co-founder of Castlery.com said.
“Timely delivery is critical in a digital-first furniture business and we remain steadfast in our commitment to provide a seamless shopping experience for our customers in Singapore and the international markets.”
This followed Castlery’s move to expand into international markets, particularly Australia and the US, which makes up 80% of the company’s total revenue.
The partnership will help Castlery scale their business in the US more efficiently, improve integration and performance between the freight and warehouse stages, and provide a more transparent data sharing between the companies.