Implementing a Cannabis and Weed Delivery Service
Whether you manage a dispensary or work for one that does, offering marijuana delivery opens up a new revenue stream. However, implementing it requires additional staff and equipment like vehicles to meet demand and comply with local delivery regulations such as car lockboxes and product limits for drivers. Additionally, some states require dispensaries to handle all of their own delivery fulfillment whereas others allow third party logistics and technology companies such as Eaze, Lantern, or Amuse to partner with local dispensaries and warehouse cannabis for delivery.
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Most delivery services offer their customers a mobile app or website that lets them shop local menus and place orders for products including flower, edibles, tinctures, dabs, pre-rolls, vape pens, cartridges, and accessories. During the ordering process, consumers enter their address and select the products they want to receive for frictionless delivery. They then pay for their order and get a text message confirmation of the ETA. More info
If you’re thinking of adding a delivery option to your cannabis business, be sure to do some research and analysis first. You’ll want to look at the unit economics for your most popular products and determine if the added profit will outweigh the costs associated with the service. Then, make sure you’re implementing your delivery services with a robust, secure logistical platform such as Onfleet to streamline operations. Use our simple route management interface to optimize your driver’s routes and count on predictive ETAs to reduce customer inquiries about delivery status.