If you work with a specialty transportation provider or niche 3PL, they can potentially combine your LTL orders with those from other like clients.
With outbound freight often going into the same distribution centers or general region, reduced rates and efficiencies can be shared among customers.
This means shorter lead times and less product to fill a full truck.
CPG shippers are being forced to use less-than truckload (LTL) more often.
Both are working in the moment and usually disconnected from each other.
In practical terms this means it is often to shippers’ advantage to combine shipments when possible to get a higher total volume, which will in turn lower overall transportation expenditures.The HSCC provides detailed reports on call metrics including: The HSCC has outperformed the goal to answer 85 percent of all calls within five minutes.Responses from the customer agencies confirm the HSCC is providing excellent service while allowing the agency staff to focus on their core mission.To achieve this goal, HSCC business analysts work with the program units within each agency to define calls for transition to the HSCC and to build a robust statewide Knowledge Base with clear and consistent content.The relationship with the agencies’ program units continues after the transition with weekly, monthly and quarterly reports and status update meetings.