Tom Sellin

Everything new in Q2: read the latest logistics news and insights

By Tom Sellin, Director of Business Development at King Solutions

We are midway through the year, the economy looks strong and the logistics industry is trucking along. As we round the bend to the backside of the year, here are the latest facts, figures and trends in shipping and logistics. Read the entire Q1 logistics industry update for a complete snapshot of what happened earlier […]

Ecommerce-only pet food company asked itself, “Wanna go outside?”

By Tom Sellin, Director of Business Development at King Solutions

This Colorado-based pet food company got its start in the ecommerce space, and by maintaining a solid track record of fulfilling orders efficiently, online sales remains one of their core competencies. However, the company was growing faster than a greyhound on an all-protein diet, and was ready to take a bite out of the retail world.

Meet the team: Tom Sellin

By Tom Sellin, Director of Business Development at King Solutions

Tom Sellin is our VP Business Development here at King Solutions. Here’s what he had to say about his life with and outside of the King Solutions team. 1. Introduce yourself to our readers. I am always on the lookout for someone I can connect with, someone that may have an interest in working together […]

Deciding between internal and outsourced warehousing

By Tom Sellin, Director of Business Development at King Solutions

When it comes to your supply chain, every decision you make takes into account what you will be investing and your ROI. This is true when deciding between internal and outsourced warehousing. For some businesses, choosing to keep their products stored “in-house” is ultimately the better choice. For others, there is a huge amount of […]

Strategies for urban and rural distribution

By Tom Sellin, Director of Business Development at King Solutions

For businesses who operate a supply chain that ships freight nationwide, understanding the differences between shipping items to rural and urban markets is essential.

Forging successful supply chain partnerships

By Tom Sellin, Director of Business Development at King Solutions

Today’s supply chain is more complex than ever. Between emerging technologies and the entities that use them, there are many major players and methods of moving and tracking freight. Items must travel from manufacturers to warehouses, then to retail distributors and eventually brick-and-mortar stores.