One of the biggest hurdles many businesses seem to be facing right now are supply chain gaps. Whether you are a manufacturer, a retailer, a restaurant, or a cog in the wheel, you have been impacted by supply chain shortages. And just to add fuel to the fire, retailers and manufacturers are overordering because of these supply chain issues, and that’s just leading to essentially an even worse scenario,” Jonathan Savoir, CEO of supply chain technology firm Quincus told CNBC’s “Squawk Box Asia” on Monday. Supply chains throughout the country and the world have been hit by massive disruptions and with many economies reopening, the end to this disruption is no where in sight. So what can you do to help manage increased freight costs? How do you plan to transport your cargo and products when it is available? We have some suggestions that will hopefully ease these two particular concerns.
Freight costs have been continuing to increase across the board, but when working with us, we function as a single source provider for all your transport securement needs. We are able to provide 60% more dunnage bags per box, ship other necessary damage prevention products, including strapping, anti-slip mats, corrugated dunnage, and corner boards. The need to better protect your even more precious cargo during transport has exponentially increased as shortages are becoming increasingly evident across so many industries. Companies simply cannot afford the risk of damaging existing supply. This is our forte!
It is our goal when working with our partners and customers to create an effective plan to help ensure and alleviate their load securement needs and prevent further supply chain disruptions. We do this by carefully evaluating all their load securement needs, recommending proper solutions to safely transport their products and developing an auto-ordering program that helps to eliminate delays.