Why Transload? 

Want to create distribution flexibility? A strategic decision of transloading containers and Flacktracks at the port of entry can reduce cost in your supply chain and create the desired flexibility.

With the elimination of inland point costs, moving our partners’ freight more efficiently inland by utilizing larger transport units, efficiencies can be achieved. Another benefit, by gaining control of product earlier in the supply chain, our partners can redirect their purchase orders, as well as make any changes to their freight configuration including packaging, labeling or even palletizing for ease of unload at the final destination.

As your partner, we analyze your freight costs from the port of origin to door to help you develop an integrated transloading strategy that can add flexibility while cutting costs yet maintaining consistency within your supply chain.


Benefits of Transloading at Port:

-Control inventory earlier in the life of the product

-Delay purchase order allocation by up to 60 days

-Bypass DCs or split inventory between multiple DCs at the port

-Door to door purchase order tracking

-Meet customer orders with faster product delivery into DCs

-Reliable and consistent inland transit to final DC

-Lower landed costs on ocean imports

-Reduce stock transfers

-Decrease transit times, which lowers inventory carrying costs