The WARP service that picks up pallets/floor-loaded volume from your fulfillment centers and delivers it to a mix of last mile carrier sortation (such as FedEx, UPS, etc.) centers through a series of multi-drops.
A shipping zone is a geographical region to which carriers deliver. It's defined by a grouping of zip codes and measured from where the package is shipped from to its destination. Zones are set directly by the carrier and often change without much notice.
By leveraging a WARP co-loading and WARP cross-docks along the route of a pallet or box of multiple parcel shipments, WARP can bypass the expanded zone map and inject parcels into the last-mile delivery partner in closer proximity to the final destination.
A WARP customer that is skipping FedEx zones through cross-docks and consolidation.
With temperature controlled zone skipping, WARP maintains your goods at a fixed temperature for longer. Rather than our ambient cross-docks, WARP also offers temp-controlled cross-docks as well. That means less dry ice / gel packs, less chance of waste, and great cost savings!