Automotive Manufacturer Gains Success with Consolidated Logistics

Automotive, Industries, Supply Chain
February 21, 2013

Today’s automotive manufacturers and suppliers are seeking creative ways to drive costs out of their operations, balance inventory and speed products to market. To lead the competition, automotive companies require a flexible manufacturing model that adapts effortlessly to shifts in consumer demand and industry trends.

In this video, you will learn how the relationship between Ryder and a global automotive manufacturing giant created a consistent and reliable flow of goods by consolidating logistics operations into a centralized logistics department. This automotive giant went on to achieve 92% capacity utilization and saved over $700,000 a year by implementing a flexible supply chain.


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