Cross-Docking is a practice in logistics of unloading materials from an incoming semi-trailer truck or railroad car and loading these materials directly into outbound trucks, trailers, or rail cars, with little or no storage in between. Cross-dock services involve unloading, cross-dock services products/goods from a truck or container directly onto another truck for delivery. Items are not put away but merely staged near dock doors to await loading.  Therefore, there is little to no storage, and turnaround time between receipt and shipment.

Key business benefits include:

  • Streamlines the supply chain, from point of origin to point of sale.
  • Reduces labor costs through less inventory handling.
  • Reduces inventory holding costs by reducing storage times and potentially eliminating the need to retain safety stock.
  • The elimination of manual picking, replenishment and sortation labor and associated costs

Case Picking is the gathering of full cartons or boxes of product often done on a pallet. With years of experience, SDE has developed a cost-effective order fulfillment strategy that provides fast and accurate case picking solution.

Key business benefits include:

  • Increased productivity
  • Reduced labor costs
  • Faster order fulfillment
  • Improved order accuracy
  • Better stock rotation
  • Enhanced customer service

Reverse Logistics is the process of planning, implementing, and controlling the efficient, cost-effective flow of raw materials, in-process inventory, finished goods and related information from the point of origin to the point of consumption for the purpose of capturing value, or proper disposal.

Key business benefits include:

  • Reduced administrative, transportation and aftermarket support costs.
  • Increased velocity.
  • Increased service market share.
  • Higher achievement of sustainability goals.
  • Greater customer service and higher retention levels.
  • Recovery of capital investments in assets.

Trans-Loading is the process of transferring a shipment from one mode of transportation to another. It is most commonly employed when one mode cannot be used for the entire trip, such as when goods must be shipped internationally from one inland point to another. Often, shippers want to combine the economic advantages of shipping by rail with the flexibility of over-the-road trucking, using affordable rail shipping for the long haul and trucks for final delivery. Trans-loading allows this to be possible.

Key business benefits include:

  • Trans-load facilities allow products to be strategically consolidated and positioned near their source, destination, or import/export port so that they can be quickly shipped on demand via vessel, rail, or truck.
  • Trans-loading increases the timeliness, accessibility, and availability of your products.
  • Improves cost-effectiveness of transporting bulk and heavy materials by providing load consolidation and more affordable modes of transport than would otherwise be available to a company.
  • Increase efficiency and flexibility of your supply chain by providing a crucial nexus between truck, railroad, and vessel transportation.
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