When perishables are in transit, the right transportation coordination helps maximize the value of fresh loads. Cost-effectively managing your entire network, while ensuring on-time delivery at every point in the supply chain, includes coordinating with inbound and outbound carriers. Effectively integrating your inbound and outbound transportation logistics decreases the time products spend in your warehouse and maximizes the transportation assets of common carriers and private fleets. Manhattan’s Transportation Management System (TMS) can assist you in forecasting, tracking and making decisions.
Improve Visibility Into Transportation Operations
Forward-thinking shippers are using dedicated transportation systems to overcome limitations in their ERP to gain global visibility and dynamic control over ever-changing conditions.
Reduce Transportation Costs While Improving Service
As a shipper, you work hard to deliver products to customers efficiently and at the best cost, despite driver shortages, fuel costs and global security concerns that intensify pressures.
Plan Inbound With Outbound Shipments
Just optimizing outbound shipments has limited advantages, yet optimizing both inbound and outbound shipments together is an enduring, competitive supply chain strategy for growth.
Manage Yard Operations
View all trailers and assets in their exact locations to maximize yard and warehouse capacity by managing the flow of inbound and outbound goods.
Please see these resources to find out how Manhattan can help improve your logistics and transportation management to accelerate time-to-market of your goods: