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GROUPAGE & DISTRIBUTION

TRANSPORT SOFTWARE

Organizing your groupage and distribution transports as efficiently as possible starts by registering your customers various orders as speedily and accurately as possible. Should the orders be rather substantial, Go4TMS can process them automatically. This way we completely eliminate time-consuming manual input.

Thanks to the planning tool pick-ups and deliveries can be pooled per truck or geographical area. The planner is able to do this manually, or suggestions can be made based on automated planning algorithms. Pick-ups and deliveries can be done straight away, or they can be split up and/or increased for the purpose of, for example, cross-docking.

Invoicing of the executed transports can be fully automated. Rates are automatically applied based on various criteria, among which are destination, the number of transported pallets, the number of pallet drop off points, the number of loading meters, volumetric weight etc. Aggregate invoicing makes compiling weekly or monthly invoices easy.

  • Creating transport files with accompanying order administration
  • Monitoring goods: dimensions, weight, pallet drop-offs etc.
  • Rates based on number of pallets, loading meters, destination, extra charges
  • Purchasing and sales invoicing

  • Graphical planning online and via tablet
  • Location-based pooling of pick-ups and deliveries
  • Transport orders: own vehicles and/or subcontractors
  • Monitoring fleet: trailers, trucks etc.

  • Importing orders via EDI, Excel etc.
  • Digitalising CMR-records and other documents
  • Real-time communication with mobile Transport App
  • Sending transport orders to on-board computers: Transics, Trimble

  • Operational and financial dashboards
  • KPI reporting
  • Statistics on transported volumes
  • Subsequent calculation, margin calculation

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