Posted on April 21, 2015 by Tara Tate
Expanding into other countries can be a good way to grow a company. International expansion requires a robust supply chain and best practices that strive to be responsive to customer demands. Managing international transportation is a complex process complicated by long distances, multi-modal legs, customs paperwork and more. Just to deliver the right goods to the right place at the right time in a good condition can be a nightmare.
REZ-1 addresses these challenges with the REZ-1 Dispatch suite that supports ocean, air, LCL/LTL, international and domestic moves. It brings together drayage assignment, appointment times, amendment management, invoicing, visibility, rates, optimization, and business intelligence.
The interoperability of assets, such as containers, chassis, railcars, and the vehicles that move shipments over the first- and last-mile of international transportation is a key requirement for improving efficiency. To drive efficiencies within the international supply chain, stakeholders need to make sure their processes fit together.
We share 5 tips for driving efficiency for goods international transportation below:
Next post we will share more best practices for maximizing international goods transportation efficiency.
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