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Flower delivery is a core service offered by flower designers. People often look at their assortment of flower arrangements in-store or online. Clients' orders are then delivered to a recipient's home or office address.
Devoted to providing customer satisfaction, florists take the time to explore their needs. They offer customers only the most immaculate flowers and arrangements.
This means ensuring that they last for more than a couple of days. And every florist knows that trying to keep flowers fresh is and should be their # 1 priority.

Proper Storage In-Store and Before Delivery

One of the most practical methods to enjoy long-lasting flowers is to keep them chilly. It's also best to place them off of direct light.
To make that happen, most, if not all, florists have at least one fridge cooler in their shop. This keeps their inventory of flowers fresh and cool. Some people even obtain special storage units to keep their floral goods at a crisp 36-46 ° F. Florists also keep wrapped-up arrangements in a cooler before delivery or pick-up. This keeps the flowers in great condition until they reach the client or recipient.
A ton of larger stores also purchase cooling trucks or temperature control tools. With temperatures at 36-46 ° F, floral orders stay fresh despite long-distance rides.
Many flower shops also provide same-day delivery in their area and close-by towns. So, clients can send wonderful arrangements to their loved ones as quickly as a couple of hours!

Development of Flower Delivery

In addition to running their store, florists get orders from clients. They also talk to clients about requests for large gatherings and special occasions.
Before the internet, most of the flower shop's clientele were walk-ins and calls. These clients typically wanted a single bouquet or arrangement delivered that same day.
These days, clients often place large-scale orders or tailor-made floral arrangements. These are usually specific to activities like

a wedding
a lavish party
holiday bash
a commemoration of life.

After receiving their orders, florists put together the designs according to the customer's needs. These orders are then prepared for pick-up or given out for delivery.

Who Does the Flower Delivery?

Florists are in charge of making and putting together floral arrangements for their customers. Flower delivery drivers then gather orders at flower shops and deliver them.
Flower delivery posts are usually entry-level duties, so no background is needed. But at a minimum, they should carry a valid driver's license and a flawless driving record.
Most flower outlets use box trucks to deliver their goods to customers. Drivers must know how to steer and maintain these vans
The standard outline of a flower delivery driver's duties are:
Placing flower arrangements into the delivery vehicle
Checking for any damages and informing the florist about any issues
Taking floral arrangements to customers' or their recipients' homes or offices
Sometimes, asking for the recipient's signature as proof of delivery
Other than that, drivers also help out in the shop or storehouse. These include unpacking deliveries of flower inventories. They might also help the staff organize floral products in the stockroom.

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