Multi-domestic solutions driven by TBL Services
Now BDP complements its international portfolio of customer-intimate services with a full suite of transportation business intelligence solutions for domestic and intra-regional shippers. Introducing BDP Surface. People, processes and technology creating broad-based value for domestic supply chains and intra-regional markets crossing neighboring countries and states. Driven by TBL Services, a recognized leader in domestic Transportation Management Systems (TMS) and scalable solutions, we designed BDP Surface for companies ready for true command and control of transportation processes and total landed cost. BDP Surface is about a high-touch high-visibility experience that connects every critical function across your enterprise. We start by benchmarking your logistics processes and costs against industry best-in-class standards. From freight rates and contracts to payment protocols and information / technology flows, we create a baseline for measuring improvement. Then we deliver solution options – tailored, managed and measurable to your financial bottom line. Leverage the cost efficiency of a modular suite of bundled ERP solutions, or select from an array of individual tools and processes:
- Carrier sourcing
- Integrated carrier pricing
- Rate negotiations
- Bid and contract management
- Auto-tender shipment to carrier
- Bill of lading and label creation
- Inbound management
- LTL, Truckload, Intermodal
- Track and tracing
- Proactive event management
- User-created and system-designed reporting
- Data warehouse reports
- Automated Accrual
- Freight payment and auditing
- Advanced analytics and strategy development
BDP Surface gives you robust, flexible solutions for both tactical and strategic decision support. Enjoy the reliability you trust from BDP on an international scale plus end-to-end control up close and personal for domestic and intra-regional logistics. Master your process. Maximize your spend. BDP Surface.
To learn more about BDP Surface driven by TBL Services, go to www.thinktbl.com.
Information and service play key crisis management roles
On August 25, 2005, residents of the US Gulf states held their breath. DuPont has warehouses and distribution centers located throughout the Gulf region and handles a significant number of import and export shipments via the ports there. At the height of the crisis, the key question for DuPont’s International Logistics Manager was: Where are the containers?