Transportation deals with the movement of goods, while logistics handles the supply chain management of transportation from the manufacturer to the end-user.


Receiving and Storage


Design Expediting Services International has years of experience managing the successful installation of hundreds of projects and countless amounts of furnishings and like items across the United States. Our clients vary across a range of industries and have one thing in common: the need for a trusted partner who will manage their  receiving, storage, delivery, and installation needs and ensure their procured items arrive at their final destination on time and in good condition. Our project management team listens to our clients’ goals with clear lines of open communication to find and recommend solutions suited to their respective needs . Clients are regularly informed of the status of their procured items from receiving to loading for the delivery/installation.

Inventory Management


Inventory management helps businesses get an exact idea regarding the quantity of stock they need on hand. ShipBob uses 3PL software that gives proper insight into the right distribution of inventory. For instance, you can set reorder notification in the inventory system that allows you to meet the demand of the customers accurately

Logistics Management

As the global economy moved into the 21st Century, logistics became a critical part of supply chain management and consumer demand. In less than two decades logistics management has influenced product movement to meet or exceed consumer demand.

Strategic Planning

By creating partnerships with suppliers, shipping services and warehouses, and connecting these services through automated systems, the logistics of getting products to the consumer are improved with reduced overhead costs and faster delivery.

Simplifying communication and services between multiple departments help create a workflow blueprint that reduces costs by increasing visibility and improving the overall understanding of company needs

 Cost savings is created by reducing warehousing costs and purchasing based on supply forecasts, better inventory management, reliable shipping and timely delivery to the end-user.

 Logistics strategies that embrace these expectations requires companies to look at things physical location of warehouses and the use of s systems to receive purchase requests within a matter of seconds rather than days.