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Reducing manual activities in managing transportation

In supply chain operations, manual operations such as end-to-end time and cost calculations, checking routes on maps, comparing freight quotes, and searching for freight availability can take up a lot of time. Quickly changing information will make this process not only manual, but also inaccurate and hence extremely resource intensive ...
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The last mile in the supply chain

Last-mile logistics is arguably the most important stage in the entire supply chain. This generally includes receiving an order from a warehouse and delivering it on time to the right customer, store, or a specific pick-up point, without any damages. However, customer expectations have changed tremendously over the past few ...
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Optimizing warehouse space

Optimizing the storage capacity of a warehouse is a delicate balance between using available space and maximizing productivity and profit. Every square centimeter of the surface area in a warehouse is valuable, therefore, any empty space equals waste or opportunity cost. At the same time, overcrowding a storage warehouse could ...
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