Cross-docking involves items being transported to a central area, or docking station, via rail, truck or trailer (and in some cases, aircraft and sea-vessels). Traditionally, docks are narrow, long buildings, with loading bays on either side. To simplify the loading process, incoming materials usually arrive on one side of the building, are sorted in the middle area, and then reloaded and dispatched from the other side.
Through our network of fleet, we can manage your entire supply chain within Canada and United States regardless of your shipment.
Supplier consolidation strategies can reduce the amount of carriers at your store or distribution center and transportation costs can be dramatically reduced. Through our years of experience, we have learned the best practices to store-bound freight optimization, enabling us to get the most out of each outbound shipment.