In the previous two blogs, we have introduced to you several tips that you may find helpful when you become involved with transloading services. In this entry, we will discuss the final four.
Part II (Continued)
In our last entry, we have introduced you to the beginning of ten tips that will help you when you become involved with transloading services. Below is the continuation of our last entry:
Transloading goods from one vehicle to another vehicle is a process that can offer many benefits. When executed correctly, it can improve reliability, increase flexibility and supply chain velocity, cut down shipping costs, and reduce cycle times. However, if not executed correctly, it can result in nasty business for your business. To help you avoid the common mistakes in transloading, we wish to provide you with ten essential tips.
Transloading and cross docking each use very different strategies to achieve the same end: reducing the costs of the supply chain. Both involve product handling and delivery to any of many different destinations. Both seek to increase the speed to market. Both consolidate the number of products into as few shipping steps as possible and both can handle customization of products. There are, however, core differences in the methods used. It’s important to understand these differences.