*Offer valid until 2/29/24. Minimum charge is $50.
Cross-docking helps you turn your products faster with minimal to no storage time. As a result, you can reduce your inventory shelf-time, which in turn can increase your business’s profitability.
Storage-related expenses are reduced as the need to store products for extended periods is minimized, which translates to cost savings for your business. Cross-docking also minimizes material handling, resulting in reduced labor-related expenses.
Since products are no longer shuffled in and out of storage areas, material handling is significantly reduced. As a result, product damage, loss of inventory, and potential human errors are avoided.
Cross-docking ensures your products are shipped to your customers in an efficient and expedited manner. This means shortened lead-times and on-time delivery.
Our cross-docking services can let you ship goods faster
and reduce warehousing costs. As a result you will be able
to deliver your products directly to your destination with little
to no storage time.
Moreover, this service reduces the chances of product damage and loss of inventory, as it involves minimal
handling of goods.
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Cross-docking is the transfer of goods between vehicles en route during shipping, which means it’s done without wasting time and risking the safety of the goods. It is accomplished by transferring goods between two freight carriers. It can be easily done during a stopover at a warehouse.
We receive goods at the distribution docking terminal, sort them as per various categories and then classify them as per the destination. The classified goods are collected and moved to the respective dock from where they are loaded on to the outbound vehicles. Our efficient processing solutions ensure products are not lying on the terminal for extended periods of time.
Cross-docking ensures that various shipments from different suppliers are segregated, sorted and loaded into appropriate freightliners. It helps streamline the transportation process, save on warehousing costs, and increase the speed of delivery.