As homebound humans grapple with the realities of coronavirus in their lives, ecommerce grocery businesses are busy doing the same due to a jarring spike in pickup and delivery demand during the global pandemic.
Whether you’re making, selling or marketing it, the annual Oregon Wine Symposium offers attendees an in-depth look at all facets of the bustling Northwest wine sphere. And believe us, there’s plenty to pore over.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – While easy to enjoy, wine is among the most complicated products to properly ship. Factors such as shipping time, weather holds and the need for attended deliveries contribute to the complications. Liviri today announced Liviri Vino, a family of protective, reusable, insulated boxes designed to enable year-round wine shipments and eliminate single-use packaging.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The fastest-growing ecommerce segment is grocery, with some of the largest national grocers leading the charge.1 Brick-and-mortar stores weren’t built to support this quick-turn, online grocery shopping trend, creating challenges to support in-store grocery pickup and “last-mile” delivery. Liviri today announced Liviri Sprint, a family of durable, reusable insulated boxes designed to solve the inefficiencies of today’s ecommerce grocers.
The Liviri Vino blueprint, from test lab to real-world results
Wine shipping is experiencing a flood of activity. According to the latest report from SOVOS and Wines Vines Analytics, US consumers spent $3 billion on direct-to-consumer (DTC) wine shipments in 2018 alone.
How reusable cold shipping boxes help the planet breathe easier
Spawned by industrious British
fishermen in the late 1790s using natural ice to preserve catches at sea so
people could enjoy fresh meals at home, today’s cold chain is the continuation
of similar goals, only on a much larger and more complex scale.
Leveraging Liviri Sprint to optimize the last mile
Apple in hand or savory steak on
the plate, the end goal hasn’t changed much. Great food is still great food.
It’s the pace and flow of these goods that are undergoing major overhauls. And
it’s the consumer who’s driving change.