Manufacturers around the globe are taking advantage of the Internet of Things (IoT) to create smart factory floors. Now they can use it to improve their entire supply chain and eliminate costly disruptions. IoT-based cargo tracking sensors can make your supply chain smarter by providing the comprehensive cargo visibility that is often unavailable today. They can deliver item-level condition monitoring, ensuring that goods arrive in time, at the right place and intact.
This is particularly helpful with cross-border logistics, as these devices—with the real-time in-transit data they generate— can give companies the power to overcome some of their biggest international shipping challenges. Here’s a look at the top seven cross-border issues and how an innovative real-time IoT sensor program can help solve them.
The last mile is one of the most complex, costly, error-prone and least predictable links in the supply chain and can have a surprisingly significant impact on a company’s finances, operations and brand reputation. In this white paper, gain a deeper understanding of the last mile and how it can help your company better manage shipping costs and quality — and even leverage these as a competitive advantage.