In inbound logistics, it’s not how much freight you manage… - ArrowStream

In inbound logistics, it’s not how much freight you manage…

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Reality Check

Bringing freight under management is a positive, quick financial impact on reducing glaring costs in your inbound logistics. That positive impact is good today, but your network will change and you will have to react. Are you set-up to react in the right way to continue to be the most cost-effective?

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The Real Problem

Bringing freight under management is a positive, quick financial impact on reducing glaring costs in your inbound logistics. That positive impact is good today, but your network will change and you will have to react. Are you set-up to react in the right way to continue to be the most cost-effective?

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What To Do

You need to foster a collaborative workflow process that allows all parties to contribute to at the right time.

Our Solution

Your supply chain is always changing, and while initially bringing certain lanes under management was a good idea a year ago, the financial impact of it now may have changed and it now is more cost beneficial to give that lane back to the supplier. Now imagine searching and monitoring for those opportunities across your entire network. Maybe your supplier open up a new facility that makes for a cheaper run then you picking it up. Maybe your purchasing team found a better vendor and now that lane may be costing you more from a transportation perspective.

Questions?

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