Black Friday Logistics
The name Black Friday was originally used to describe a day of commercial carnage or financial crisis. But it is now renowned as the biggest shopping day of the year and always falls on the day after Thanksgiving in the US.
It is now associated with the start of the Christmas shopping season, and introduced to the UK by Amazon in 2010. It is followed by Cyber Monday which rounds off the biggest online spending spree of the year.
TPS Global Logistics can help maximise your e-commerce fulfilment, storage and distribution opportunity during the Christmas spending season. Our team of experienced professionals can help you to avoid a system meltdown or a customer service overload, speak to us about your goods and supply chain, from storage, pick, pack, delivery and returns, our software system is compatible with all e-commerce platforms. We have domestic and global distribution channels, a 99.7% pick accuracy rate, comprehensive stock management system, and we can handle your import and export requirements.
Some retailers are already unveiling deals to get shoppers in the spirit preparing for Friday 24 November, Amazon are stealing the lead by announcing its Black Friday sale will begin on 17th November and last for 10 days.
In addition to opening a Black Friday Deals Store online, there will be Deals of the Day, thousands of Lightening Deals – these could appear every five minutes and only be available for a short amount of time. Plus, for the first time Amazon is opening a pop-up event from 21st November, this 4-day experience gives customers the chance to win prizes, take part in workshops and explore the best deals. All products on display will be available on the Amazon website or via their App.
Hundreds of independent sellers will also be rolling out deals on Amazon Marketplace and Handmade at Amazon.
Amazon’s Black Friday deals will be announced nearer to the launch date. See below for five tips on bagging the best bargains when the sale kicks off.
Amazon Black Friday 2017 tips