Retail & Logistics Solutions

Shipping and logistics is an important part of supply chain management. It is an effective way to distribute the goods and services at the targeted location.

Retail & Logistics Solutions

Shipping and logistics is an important part of supply chain management. It is an effective way to distribute the goods and services at the targeted location. Shipping and Logistics is a complex and total work chain (planning, organizing ,management, implement etc) of cargo and supply.

Logistics is supply management, the ability to monitor, control, organize, and direct supplies. Logistics has always been among the more important military arts, responsible for keeping soldiers well-fed, well-armed, and well-supplied and thus able to fight.

Shipping is largely “blue collar” service work. It is a low-skill, low-status profession where one simply takes packages from one person or company and delivers it to another. It is a menial task delegated to servants or an unpleasant duty that is outsourced to others. Logistics, on the other hand, is a “white collar” profession, an aspect of management, a high-status task requiring considerable expertise and thus a profession with honor, glory, and widely recognized worth.

High costs and falling margins are the major challenges to profitability in the shipping and logistics industry. Increased security mandates and a volatile economic environment add to it. Therefore, cost optimization, streamlining and unlocking value in supply chain processes, while ensuring customer focus, are some of the imperatives of shipping and logistics firms.

  • Storage
  • freight management
  • supply chain management
  • managing vendors and partners
  • transportation
  • handling damage claims
  • Warehousing and cold-storage
  • Real-time package/shipment tracking
  • Artificial Intelligence for advance prediction
  • Virtual reality for route visualization
  • Advance real-time tracking metrics
  • Bulk shipping
  • Multiple pickup locations
  • Service in Terms of Delivery and Transit Time