Preparation, communication, and follow-through are essential when navigating complex and ever-changing freight shipping logistics within your business.
When assessing a supply chain for shortfalls, it’s rare to find problems that are fixed by simply installing a piece of software or shifting a single warehouse workflow. Systemic issues are far more common, which is why it’s so important to discover and alter them as quickly as possible. Internal control processes such as freight shipping logistics and inventory management depend on these systems, and an unanswered flaw can quickly grow to engulf vital metrics like stock keeping unit (SKU) turnover, fill rate accuracy, and more. Here are five red flags that you should be aware of when reviewing your freight shipping logistics.