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Over the course of the last two years, supply chains have faced unprecedented constraints which have resulted in long lead times on many types of materials, goods, and products. The imbalance between supply and demand has left all industries feeling the effect of delays and interruptions. In an already strained economic landscape, this makes customer fulfillment more challenging than ever before.
The main focus for many companies at the moment is on expanding their distribution chain and seeking to enhance their multicarrier management strategy.
And while carrier management is integral to scalability and growth, there are some challenges to account for.
Adequate customer fulfillment relies on effective distribution and on-time delivery. However, there is a multitude of factors that can affect both efficiency and timely fulfillment. Below are some of the top challenges most companies tend to run into with regard to their multicarrier management strategy:
Striving to fill in the gaps of your distribution process can only further benefit you. Your multicarrier management strategy is integral, so looking into methods of optimizing it is key to driving operational efficiency.
Here are four tips to optimize your multicarrier management strategy:
Unless you specialize in freight distribution, you may find the management of multiple carriers to be a daunting and complex task. This is especially true if you are keeping track of all material movement through paper or excel spreadsheets. If you are seeking to optimize your multi-carrier management strategy, RedwoodConnect can help. Our TMS platform can establish the framework and foundation needed to get you started.
RedwoodConnect provides the connectivity and visibility you need to efficiently and cost-effectively move your freight from end to end. Take control of your multi-carrier management strategy and continue scaling to the growth you desire with RedwoodConnect.