Making the Case for Transportation Management Systems
On average, a TMS can save shippers between 2% to 10% on annual transportation costs right out of the gate thanks to better visibility, optimization, and automated decision making. Discover how to make the case for TMS for your organization.
Transportation in the NewsPort of Los Angeles and GE enhance “digitization” of supply chain STB issues follow-up letter to CSX over service-related concerns AAR reports annual U.S. rail carload and intermodal gains for the week ending August 12 July Cass Freight Index Report points to annual gains and sequential declines Truckload spot and contract rates seeing a summer bounce, says DAT More Transportation News
There was a time when shippers were able to run their transportation networks with a few human resources, a couple of spreadsheets, and a reliable phone line.
In a world where supply chains have become increasingly complex and global in nature, managing with spreadsheets and phone conversations with carriers are no longer viable options. Shippers need a robust, always-available transportation management system (TMS) that not only handles the orchestration of multiple freight modes domestically and internationally, but also optimizes activity in a way that reduces costs and meets delivery targets.
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