Transport Works US Selects Cloud Logistics TMS to Accelerate Growth
West Palm Beach, FL: Transport Works US, the U.S. division of Australian third party logistics (3PL) for optimizing supply chain, has made an announcement that they have chosen the transportation management system (TMS) of Cloud Logistics to augment their expansion growth rate in the U.S. market arena.
Transport Works US is expecting tremendous development in the coming year. For supporting that growth and progress, the organization required a TMS product, which could be implemented on a short duration and instantly supported productivity to drive better results for clients. The solution provided by Cloud Logistics assists the company to achieve this goal by offering the best-of-breed technology, while improving supply-chain visibility.
Transport Works US is currently planning to use the Cloud Logistics solution for catering to the needs of a large industrial manufacturer by supporting their elevated volume LTL shipping necessities. The platform can empower organization by decreasing freight costs through carrier selection and significantly enhance their business efficiency and production. Through the utilization of sophisticated business rules for buy-side and sell-side rating, Transport Works can mechanize both customer invoicing and carrier bill matching.
In addition, the services provided by Transport Works US focuses on opportunities to remove costs and improve processes throughout the entire supply chain in both the front end and back end of customer’s business. And Cloud Logistics’ TMS is helping the company to provide better business optimization opportunities to their clients.
“Third party logistics providers are an important part of our own growth plans at Cloud Logistics. Partnering with the industry’s next generation of leaders such as Transport Works US helps us stay on the cutting edge of technology while engaging in some of the most exciting projects in the market. We are thrilled and fortunate to be working with Transport Works US,” says Mark Nix, CEO, Cloud Logistics.