Its original routes were all located in Western Canadawhich gave the airline its name. Initially, the airline served CalgaryEdmontonKelownaVancouver and Winnipeg with a fleet of three used Boeing aircraft and employees. By the end of that same year, the company had added ReginaSaskatoon and Victoria to its network.
Door-to-Door Express Importing Improves Time to Market An opportunity to streamline operations through express importing with fixed pricing and rapid customs clearance has been a great success. A Growth Opportunity International Inspirations is a family-owned custom fashion jewelry designer, manufacturer and wholesaler with key supplier relationships overseas and over 40 specialty jewelry retail customers across the U.
Constant shifts in fashion mean that success depends on the ability of factories in Asia to respond quickly and reliably to market demand in the U.
But with time to market being a critical factor, sourcing finished product from factories in multiple locations across China is a considerable shipping challenge. Growing Pains When the company first began operations inInternational Inspirations was caught between managing the cost of transport and meeting customer expectations.
Having factories spread across China required working with both a freight forwarder and a consolidator to ensure daily pickups from over 10 locations - often in remote areas.
The forwarder had a set twice-weekly schedule for shipments from China to the U. Calculating the optimum weight and timing for final customer delivery was an exercise in advanced mathematics.
Finished goods were losing value as time passed in ocean transit, as shipments sat onboard vessels, at dock, or were delayed in Customs. And extra fees, often hidden or unpredictable, were digging into margins. Fixed Price, Door-to-Door Delivery — allowing the company to plan and budget more effectively without hidden fees.
Minimal Restrictions — door-to-door express service for goods of nearly any size, weight, or value. Fast Customs Clearance — a single integrated network featuring more in-house customs brokers and local experts worldwide than any other express company.
DHL now picks up at multiple locations daily across China without additional tracking, waiting, dock delivery or other hidden fees and prices remain consistent throughout the year. Where competing fashion design and production businesses can offer only a day delivery window, International Inspirations now offers delivery within 30 to 45 days and often sooner.Marketing Strategy of DHL has always positioned itself as a company with global footprint; hence it uses user benefit based positioning strategy.
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