On-line shopping is not yet a venture for distributors that prefer to follow only a proven course. Logistical approaches of retailers delivering on e-tail promises are as wide and varied as retailer's approaches to supporting their traditional operations. No clear-cut logistical model has emerged as the true path from those offering on-line shopping - both click-and-mortar and brick-and-mortar based operators. As a result a myriad of logistics systems are being employed. "The ...

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