A shipment frequency analysis done by our Logistics Analysis department found several suppliers shipping freight three times a week, sometimes more. UTS developed a comprehensive plan to consolidate this inbound freight into fewer, heavier shipments, presented it to management, and collaborated on its implementation.READ MORE >
A regional retailer was restocking its stores with LTL shipments from warehouses and key suppliers. Our Logistics Analysis realized that this model was inefficient because LTL shipments deliver at various times during the day, often when the stores were open.READ MORE >
A Tier 1 automotive supplier faced a supply chain dilemma. It sourced international material in bulk to keep costs down, but then stored the material in a manufacturing area that was already tight for space.
The client asked UTS for a JIT solution that would deliver smaller quantities on a more frequent basis. However, this would increase sourcing costs more than 20%.READ MORE >
As many as ten carriers a day were trying to make pickups at a client’s three shipping docks. Adding to the problem was the fact that the pickups usually occurred within a time window of just a couple hours. The result was a lot of overtime pay and missed pickups when carriers weren’t able to wait in line.READ MORE >
A comprehensive and intelligent order management platform helps a plastics distributor thrive in a competitive industry. Right from the start, this client was clear that a customized integration solution was crucial to the success of its supply chain management partnership with UTS.READ MORE >
Universal Traffic Service can help you grow online by integrating supply chain management into an e-commerce platform. Customers see shipping options during the buying process and tracking information once orders ship, while you get real-time visibility and control over the supply chain elements of online order fulfillment.READ MORE >
Our Logistics Analysis experts achieved significant savings for an automotive parts manufacturer with locations in Ohio and Kentucky. Shipments from key suppliers are now organized into four regional milk runs.READ MORE >