Christmas sales are projected to reach over $1 trillion, and Cyber Monday is predicted to be the largest online shopping day in US history, with a record number of retail vehicles moving this holiday season. To meet the increasing demand, retail fleets must strive for optimal performance.
Whether you are purchasing a new fleet or upgrading an existing last mile delivery LSV & cargo mover to meet growing demand, fleet managers must choose affordable, reliable, and practical vehicles that meet the needs of drivers and businesses. Here we provide a quick guide to help fleet managers decide which type of vehicle is the right choice to meet their retail shipping needs.
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Trucks are the generation at work in the supply and retail industry. If your company supplies equipment or furniture, this may be best for your fleet. The mounted truck is created by adding a larger cube-shaped cargo bay to the chassis cab that separates the cab and cargo bay.
Trucks can usually carry large loads and still be maneuverable in crowds or neighborhoods. The rear door is usually a roller that allows easy access to cargo. Truck trucks can also be equipped with extendable ramps or hydraulic lifts, making them ideal for shipping heavier retail goods.
Smaller but similar to a return track, the carrier is ideal for delivering small to medium-sized shipments. Vans usually have side doors and rear doors for access to the cargo hold.
Goods carts are very flexible and their cheaper size makes them easier to maneuver in tight spaces.