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Freight Forwarding
The international freight forwarding industry has seen unprecedented changes and challenges in the past decades owing to the geographical spread of the twentieth century supply chains and escalated pressure of cost reduction from their customers. The consolidation efforts in the logistics industry, global business partnerships, improved customer service and E2E visibility requirements have all rendered a whole new meaning to freight management in today's world. With spiraling fuel costs, new transit regulations, global scale of operations and outsourcing agreements, the international freight forwarding community is experiencing escalated levels of customer expectations. Increasing complexity of customer orders, involving pick up at different geographical locations, en-route consolidations, packaging and forwarding through multi modal delivery routes to different countries and to different end customers has now become a normal business process.
 
Challenges
  In the midst of change, the buyer are deciding who will lead
 
  Industry leaders will have a focused business model and a precisely targeted value proposition based on solid understanding and alignment of strategic intent, core competencies, customer base, asset planning, and competitive positioning.
 
  Leaders will have business processes that are standardized, practices driven by workflow software, performance metrics that drive continuous improvement, information systems that are integrated and a single master database delivering higher product quality, lower costs and excellent data integrity.
 
  Delivering consistent service to buyers with global requirements demands that providers learn how to align performance measures, controls and organizational design with global service and product offerings. The traditional country-based profit/loss corporate framework leads to dysfunctional service delivery compared to quality promises given to the buyer. 
 
  Leaders will achieve above-average industry growth and gain market share by applying a strategic and enterprise-wide approach to managing customers, including the ability to initiate strategic partnerships with top-tier customers and aggregating customer needs to allow rapid development of effectively aligned products. 
 
  Market winners will sustain leadership by optimizing sales, Service augmentation and operations more deeply across the entire enterprise. Applying business intelligence will foster innovation and a problem-solving culture that supports total customer focus and profitability under ever-changing market demands. 
 
 
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Transport
Transport facility availability list
Reports of  Routs of transport in daily, weekly and monthly basis
 
Customer's Goods Safety
Process for goods safety
Packing pattern
Report generation for goods safety
 
Vehicle Allocation
Vehicle allocation for different products and region
 
Seasonal Analysis
Reports on seasonal analysis to keep ready the facilities
Different pricing for different seasons
 
Vehicle Tracking / Breakdown / Servicing
Vehicle tracking to know the exact point of goods
Tracking to keep the scheduled timing
To assist breakdown vehicles
 

 

 
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