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Transportation Management Solutions

GEODIS' Transportation Management Solutions optimize the movement of products throughout your supply chain. Our transportation team will use their expertise, industry partnerships and trusted tools to deliver the most reliable and low-cost solution for your transportation strategy. From inbound right through to the final mile, our experts in managed transportation and warehousing will provide you with the capability, flexibility, and scalability you need to build a growth-enabled supply chain.

GEODIS' Transportation Solution Design uses your data to model and optimize the pivotal elements of your distribution and transportation strategy. These simulations help us identify the best combination of locations for your distribution centers, along with the most cost-effective shipment consolidations. We use this transport optimization approach to improve operational execution, as well as identify and prevent costly transportation blunders. See details

Managed transportation can bring added complexities in financial settlement components, such as freight audit and payment, carrier payments, general ledger (GL) coding, claims, and refund management. Our effective financial settlement services can help recapture an average 2-3% your transportation spend – saving unnecessary business costs and protecting your margins. See details

As part of your daily business operations, you are responsible for managing the tactical components of your transportation services, including load planning, purchase order (P.O.) and supplier management, carrier selection, and shipment tracking. We help you achieve continuous improvement in this area as we collaborate with other internal teams and your warehousing operations to develop cost-saving strategies and efficiencies. As a result, you receive consolidation and network analysis with centralized reporting and increased visibility. See details

Our Carrier Management services support your overall account strategy through the management of your carrier solution. By leveraging our proven processes and relationships with over 450 carriers in the US, we offer you the flexibility to adjust your transportation solution as needed and manage data for key operational decisions: a carrier management system that lets you focus on your core business. See details

As the market shifts and changes, your supply chain management strategy should also adapt to help you continue to outperform your competitors. Our specialized transportation services are specific offerings aimed at identifying areas in your supply chain in which you can trim unnecessary costs and gain competitive advantage. We also excel at creating custom transportation solutions unique to your business or fulfillment strategy. See details

Your supply chain is filled with information, data, and metrics around your operation. However, without centralization, integration, and visibility, leveraging this data can become cumbersome and ineffective for implementing strategic changes. Our visibility and analytics tools provide you with the insight (and foresight) you need for effective supply chain improvement strategies. The service is geared towards improving your supply chain performance and enhancing your customer experience. See details

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Atlanta Details
The Atlanta campus is in close proximity to the Port of Savannah, the 2nd largest East Coast container port, making it an ideal location for cross-dock activities and many importing goods through East Coast Ports.
Chicago Details
With over 50% of U.S. businesses located within 1 day's drive, the 2.28M square foot Chicago campus spans across both Wisconsin and Illinois. This provides excellent access to the Greater Chicago Western suburbs and beyond via 5 major interstates.
Dallas Details
The Dallas campus is centrally located for efficient distribution to much of the South region. Positioned in a low cost LTL market, it is an ideal location for both parcel and truckload distribution.
Eastern PA Details
This multi-state campus is located within 1 day's distribution to 4 of the top 10 largest metropolitan areas and 2 day's distribution to 7 of the top 10 largest metro areas.
Indy Details
With over 65% of U.S. businesses located within one day's drive, the Indy campus has become the go-to market for eCommerce supply chains. It boasts close proximity to the Indianapolis Airport, the 2nd largest FedEx Hub, and has quick access to 5 major interstates.
Los Angeles Details
Encompassing 12 facilities spanning across 70 miles of Southern California, the LA campus has facilities positioned within miles of UPS and FedEx hubs, key international airports, along with the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach.
Memphis Details
The close proximity to the Memphis International Airport, a FedEx "SuperHub", allows for parcel drop-off times as late as midnight. With two heavy duty Mississippi River railroad crossings, it is an ideal location for multimodal transportation.
Sparks Details
Our Sparks campus holds the most registrations, accreditations, and certifications for healthcare supply chains. With close proximity to the Reno-Tahoe International Airport and two major interstates, Sparks is an ideal West Coast distribution location.

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Inventory by drone

At GEODIS, Warehouse inventory by drones is under way

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GEODIS has been experimenting with warehouse inventory by drones for almost two years now.

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Energie alternative

Alternative energies: when GEODIS runs on natural gas

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Road freight transport is known for its polluting nature. However, GEODIS now offers customers several alternatives to the use of diesel, some of which are already in use.

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