Retailers are looking forward to a strong peak shopping season, but their supply chain capabilities can’t cope with the changing landscape, according to a new study.
Deloitte claims the US retail sector will see sales overtake the 2018 peak season by between 4% and 4.5%, with sales between November and January to exceed $1.1 trillion.
And the consultant sees e-commerce sales advancing by 14%-18%, $144bn to $148bn, over the holiday season.
This will …
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