The data-driven supply chain

September 25, 2019

Technological advances are transforming the world of supply chain management, making data easier to collect, interpret and share. As a result, we are about to see the emergence of supply chains where data from every web search, transaction and movement of stock, trucks, team members and customers will be captured and combined with other data to better predict and manage resources to satisfy customer demands. The age of the data-driven supply chain is here.

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CTS-Logistics

How confident are you that your logistics provider offers both high-level security and compliancy? Security quality and compliancy are critical factors if the goods you ship are of high consequence. Whether it’s dangerous goods, security sensitive items or shipments of a high value, you can be assured that with CTS, your cargo will arrive at its destination safely, securely and on time – by road, sea and air.

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whitePaper | January 25, 2020

Global supply chain visibility has become an extremely hot topic in recent years. In Descartes’ 2019 survey of transportation and logistics professionals, it was rated the 1 capability needed for successful transportation management. To improve financial and service KPIs, companies must have a way to view, analyze, and communicate multimodal and visibility data in real-time.

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Optimizing Supply Chain Cost - Export and Import Logistics

whitePaper | February 6, 2020

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Practical Guide to Warehouse Optimisation

whitePaper | January 27, 2020

Why do you need to optimise your warehouse? A lean and efficient business starts in your warehouse. Optimising your warehouse helps you provide your customers with a seamless service experience, reduce your operating expenses, increase your revenue and working capital. In today’s highly competitive, global market, you’re not only competing with local suppliers, but with huge global organisations making it even more important to ensure your warehouse is optimised to ensure you delight your customers each and every time they place an order with your organisation.

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How to Save Shipments & Money with IoT In-Transit Visibility

whitePaper | March 2, 2020

When expensive goods or materials go missing, it can cost your company a huge amount of money. There’s the cost of the goods themselves plus the cost of replacing them, the cost of delayed delivery, idled labor and more. The knock-on impact can be massive. Knowing where your shipments are and when they are going to reach their destination is critical information for logistics managers. In-transit shipment visibility gives organizations the ability to respond to supply chain disruption and reduce risks.

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Improving the Last Mile With Secure, Unattended Asset-Transfer Solutions

whitePaper | April 6, 2020

With final-mile deliveries on the rise, it’s more critical than ever to efficiently and securely transfer assets between business partners. Despite improvements in route planning, dock scheduling, and transportation-management systems, the biggest problem remains — sometimes there’s simply no one available to receive the delivery.

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The Future of RFPs: The Key to Unlocking Greater Efficiency and Profitability

whitePaper | April 19, 2021

For decades, request for proposal (RFP) processes have served as the cornerstone for freight procurement. Shippers have historically gravitated toward contract freight for its reliability and pricing consistency, but due to the recent onslaught of digital freight partners that promise shorter-term contracts and real-time pricing, many industry constituents wonder whether or when RFPs will evolve. In an effort to dig beneath the surface of RFPs’ stronghold on the industry, Trimble and FreightWaves partnered to survey shippers, carriers and brokerages and identify the relational friction points that often hinge around the challenges presented by the RFP process.

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Spotlight

CTS-Logistics

How confident are you that your logistics provider offers both high-level security and compliancy? Security quality and compliancy are critical factors if the goods you ship are of high consequence. Whether it’s dangerous goods, security sensitive items or shipments of a high value, you can be assured that with CTS, your cargo will arrive at its destination safely, securely and on time – by road, sea and air.

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