Your Staff Members Will Require Additional Training
It is natural that your staff members would be trained only for executing typical transportation, loading/unloading, and basic documentation. To provide value added logistics as a part of your service portfolio, you will be required to train your employees to execute tests that can add value propositions like labeling the packages, adding brand tags, perform basic QA checks, conduct cross-docking exercises with other logistics companies, and executing last-mile delivery.
With The Increase In The Scope Of Service, Record Keeping Needs To Be Shared Outside Your Organization
Another significant impact on your organization includes sharing the records of processes undertaken. Sharing the data outside your organization may also require you to offer gated access as certain pieces of data may not be shared with the third parties’ junior employees.
Facility And Resource Allocation Will Require Revamping
As per the value addition prepositions chosen, you will also need to make necessary changes to your storage facilities, vehicles and hire additional human resources that are trained for executing the tasks.