Adisseo, a provider of animal nutrition and livestock feed, has deployed a visibility system to track export flows to markets around the world. Delivered as a cloud technology service, the platform provides Adisseo with detailed information about outbound freight flows, which is then used to proactively keep customers informed about the status of shipments headed their way.
Adisseo has established a series of benchmarks to track service and data quality with their carrier partners. By measuring key events such as loading, unloading, departure times and arrival times, the logistics teams are able to keep customers informed of what’s happening with the shipments of nutritional additives they count on to run their operations.
“Flawless logistics execution is a key component to delivering high customer satisfaction,” said Sébastien Nuffer, global logistic manager at Adisseo. “We apply just-in-time, lean principles to our manufacturing and we have customers in very remote locations, so it was critical that we have a proven, reliable visibility system to monitor our export shipments. GT Nexus has the network, the solutions and the experience we needed to get a visibility platform up and running quickly and cost effectively.”
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