Send new inventory to Beyond Warehousing and burn down inventory at current 3PL

Advantages

  • Low transportation costs
  • Slow roll integration process
  • Establish communication paths and processes

Risks

  • Service level failures at current 3PL
  • Labor needed at client to manage order flow

Put business on hold and transition all inventory from current 3PL to Beyond Warehousing

Advantages

  • Course correct SLA issues ASAP
  • Only manage one 3PL relationship

Risks

  • Outbound from current 3PL management risk
  • Inbound rush
  • Initial cost for inbound/outbound handling and transportation
  • All EDI/connections/labels need to ready on day 1
  • Communication paths and processes not well-established

Trial run — transition a portion of business from current 3PL to Beyond Warehousing

Advantages

  • Do not have to do a full integration on day 1
  • Pricing can adjust during trial

Risks

  • Service level failures at current 3PL
  • Labor needed at client to manage order flow

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