The United States is experiencing a capacity crisis — with roughly 10 loads to be shipped for every easily accessible truck — and shippers are scrambling to be able to service their customers without breaking the bank on every shipment.
Challenge: A European leader in freight exchange solutions wanted to further enhance its successful planning and calculation program for transport companies by providing near real-time truck location information to telematics and logistics managers.
Challenge: A U.S. furniture importer with over 100 shipments per month from China experienced costly demurrage and delays due to untimely entry filings. Lengthy and complex invoices made it difficult to determine whether the goods — which included bed parts and other furniture components — should be classified as individual parts, complete beds or other complete furniture items. These time-consuming entries resulted in late filings, and the delays put the company at risk for chargebacks from big-box retailers.
The latest news, analysis, services and systems regarding freight forwarding and customs brokerage and their impact on global supply chains. Today’s companies are transporting and delivering goods to more global customers than ever before using freight forwarding and customs brokerage solutions that manage international business logistics and customs clearance. As these services continue to evolve, businesses are discovering new ways to increase efficiency and cut costs. Learn how companies are using freight forwarding and customs brokerage solutions to power their supply chains.
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