We surveyed hundreds of our shipping and service partners around the world on the state of their current operations.
The biggest opportunity in the logistics arena right now? Logistics automation that can service specialized items and their unique requirements.
From design objects and furniture to fine art and antiques, ARTA now offers shipping solutions for any item, with options for pricing and speed of delivery.
The demand for more visibility, lower prices and quicker deliveries will continue to stress supply chains in the new year. Darren Dodson, our Head of Operations & Logistics, unpacks his logistics predictions.
In celebration of ARTA’s five year anniversary in 2020, we will be spotlighting users who have been with us since the early days throughout the year. First up, we talked to Aspen Art Museum’s Chief Operating Officer, Luis Yllanes.
The registrar at Tanya Leighton Gallery saves so much time by using ARTA, he estimates he gets an entire day back each month to focus on important projects and servicing customers. Read about how ARTA has become an integral part of the daily work flow at the gallery.
ARTA Founder and CEO Adam Fields talks expectations and focus points for supply chains when it comes to overnight delivery of nonconveyable goods like fine art.
The last mile is often the most challenging, costly, and technologically deficient portion of the delivery process. As consumers demand more from e-commerce, the shipping and logistics sector has to move to making last mile a strength and not a setback.