(Newswire.net -- December 12, 2014) Las Vegas, NV -- Black Friday and Cyber Monday were responsible for Freddie and Sebbie running into stock shortage problems, according to company spokesman, Neil Speight, who said... "First of all, I have to quickly apologize to anybody who has actually not been able to purchase any of our items over the last 7 days. We simply weren't ready for that many sales over the Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend.
We didn't even alter our prices for the special offer days, however I guess our standard discount rates still made the prices of all our items appear appealing to prospective bargain hunters."
With less than 3 weeks to Christmas, many companies seen on Amazon have actually reported comparable stock shortages after successful Black Friday and Cyber Monday online sales. Neil described that for the majority of online shops, it's just not a case of refilling empty shelves after a good day's sales, stating... "Shipping time plays a major function in an ideal stock level equation, with most goods having to be delivered from China, which will generally take 60 days to arrive in the United States. For that reason, if you have a few unforeseen mega sales days like Black Friday and Cyber Monday, companies taken by surprise will soon encounter a low stock scenario, which is bad news at this time of year, with anticipated Christmas sales just 3 weeks away."
The Freddie and Sebbie representative discussed that they had in fact anticipated the possibility of selling out of a few of their products over the Black Friday weekend, however with the introduction of their latest product called the front seat car storage organizer on Amazon any day now, the firm had had the ability to have all their other accessories included in the very same shipment. He added: "Any items currently out of stock will arrive in time for Christmas buyers, so you might say just in the nick of time."
Amazon has likewise responded to an anticipated Christmas rush, by setting up over 15,000 robots across the USA, which assures to decrease operating costs by 20 % along with delivering gifts at a quicker rate. The Amazon robots are helping to move items from warehouse shelves to packing desk, and after that on to the shipping desk. Amazon hopes that these robots will help to prevent them the embarrassment of 2013's Christmas period, when they reported a surge of stocking fillers frustrating the shipping company United Parcel Service (UPS,) who were responsible for the late arrival of Christmas gifts all over the world. Amazon are hoping that their robots will avoid the business from having a big financial loss over shipping refunds and $20 compensation gift cards, which they needed to give away to consumers in 2013.
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