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Automating Logistics

Michael Ciavarella

How to Track Time Critical Shipments

Having the ability to track time critical shipments is a necessary asset for most shippers. Knowing where your aviation part is or having the ability to staff lab technicians to accurately meet medical shipments is an easy way to reduce operational costs and better schedule daily tasks. Currently, there are two methods to track time critical shipments: a traditional method using lagging indicators and a tech-enabled method using leading indicators.

Dо Yоu Knоw Whеrе Yоur Drіvеr іѕ аt All Tіmеѕ?

Almost every business today has shipping needs whether it be buying products or selling products, and knowing where your packages are has traditionally been provided through lagging milestone updates. Traditionally, lagging milestone updates are when couriers only update the shipper after a package has reached a certain point. This means that you only get notified after packages pass certain checkpoints, or milestones, in the delivery process.

If Everything Is Automated Then How Can Something Go Wrong

Even if every single aspect of a shipment management system is automated for your NFO shipment, things can still go wrong.

How Mobile Has Changed the Ways We Ship

It is a known fact that digital platforms play a crucial role in the customer shopping experience. According to a survey done by Google, over 80% of all shoppers do their shopping online. It is also a game-changing fact that more than 70% of the world’s population own phones.

Innovative Delivery Solutions for Blood and Human Organ Transport

In no other industry is shipping more critical than in the life sciences field where shipments of blood, tissue, or organs can often mean the life or death of a patient. It is imperative for hospitals and clinics that deal with these types of shipments to work with a shipping company that has cutting-edge technology for added visibility into where the package is at all time.


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