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Parcel vs. Air? A Fortune 500 fashion brand was spending more than $15 million a year expediting inbound stock to the U.S. utilizing Air Freight and Small Parcel.
JoAnn needed a partner who could smooth out the wrinkles in its retail supply chain and create a work of art. A faster, easier, and more complete ocean freight audit system. JoAnn receives approximately 5,000 ocean container shipments
A Fortune 500 fashion brand was spending more than $15 million a year expediting inbound stock to the U.S. utilizing Air Freight and Small Parcel. The company had enough data to make these decisions but identified that their suppliers were operating based on static routing instructions. Learn how Acuitive helped by connecting vendors, forwarders, and carriers in a collaborative freight routing workflow.
"Airfreight shipments were delayed at origin, with limited real-time visibility." We had no visibility to airfreight shipments until they were already in the air - and typically not until 24 hours after departure. All we could do was inform the customer that we were experiencing delays." Acuitive worked with RL to understand the pain points around why these shipments were being delayed. Visibility is essential, but having a workflow that allows the shipper to dynamically align the expedited service level with the needs of the merchandise went past the initial problem statement. It gave RL the power to choose the correct service level by shipment.
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A large diversified Consumer Product Group company (CPG) needed an efficient process to audit international freight invoices, particularly the ocean and drayage invoices. Given the vast array of manual processes, they were never able to fully take advantage of the credit terms on their $60 million