Freight Tiger introduces new supply liquidity to decrease fulfilment time

Owing to the make to order (MTO) nature of modular kitchen & wardrobe design companies, vehicle placement TATs were long causing customer dissatisfaction. Adding to that, in some of the busiest routes, freight rates were higher owing to the low number of contractual supply partners mapped. 

Major reasons for this issue include low participation of transporter companies in select routes which often lead to higher corresponding freight spend and difficulty in analyzing performance review of contracted transporters.

What’s in this case study?

How Freight Tiger enhanced visibility and transparency between transporters and logistics systems for a top FMCG company resulting in an increase in the number of trips.

14% Freight Rate Savings

12% Improvement in Vehicle Reporting Time

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Learn how Freight Tiger’s tactical supply addition through its network of transport companies increased supply liquidity by 52%, reduced vehicle reporting TAT, and in turn, led to 14% freight rate savings.