To keep up with today’s high speed and high demand freight management you need real time analysis and metrics no further than your fingertips. MGN Logistics can explain the secrets behind efficient load optimization in three key concepts, which are, scissors, a stopwatch and the dollar sign.
First, the pair of scissors. Cost cutting is without a doubt a major part of any freight forwarding service, and is at the heart of load optimization. It is basically the process which enables freight management businesses to manage a wide variety of factors which enables them to operate their fleet both effectively and efficiently.
MGN Logistics know all too well that when it comes to freight management, it’s all about how you load your containers, sequence and plan your routes and minimize the miles it takes to make various deliveries. Our software enables you to find the cheapest gas stations and minimize any out of route miles, while transporting the cargo on time.
Position Your Fleet for Success!
Next, comes the stopwatch. This refers to how quickly businesses can plan out the best routes and freight processing procedures to streamline the business process. This is one of those areas where MGN Logistics has taken the forefront in freight management.
MGN Logistics provides the software that optimizes all shipments based on their weight, size and specific loading requirements. Our software is programmed to accommodate the specific rules and requirements of each client, which automatically cuts their costs by half.
The following are some of the benefits of using our specialized software;
- Is able to forecast anticipated demands.
- Improves visibility of the entire fleet.
- Optimizes lane flows.
- Easy integration with host systems.
Using our load optimization software businesses are able to factor in all the major processes which makes up the blueprint of a successful freight management service. In the end, MGN Logistics provides you with the robust solutions that your business needs to get to that bottom line. Our load optimization helps you control costs by identifying the best answers for your fleet, which leads to the dollar sign.