A Blueprint for Profitability: Understanding the Value of Continuous Delivery Network Re-routing
Understanding the value of continuous delivery network re-routing.
Transportation in the NewsMay truck tonnage sees some gains but trends down due to tough annual comps, reports ATA Cass Freight Index reports more shipment and expenditures declines in May U.S. waterborne shipments are up in May, reports Panjiva Annual truckload and intermodal pricing gains remain intact, reports Cass and Broughton Capital U.S. rail carload and intermodal volumes are down for week ending June 8, reports AAR More Transportation News
While the world is getting more dynamic, many distribution-oriented companies are struggling to keep up with the change and continue to bleed profits and deliver inferior customer service through the use of obsolete and inefficient master or static routes.
Planning master routes manually is a very complex and time-consuming undertaking. As a result, re-planning of routes does not happen as often as it should, compromising efficiency and customer service.
In this eBook, we'll answer:
- Is your organization failing its customers with inefficient master routes that haven't been updated in years?
- When is the last time you performed a delivery network re-route?
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