Spurred by recent disruptions, many organizations are accelerating technology adoption to
optimize their end-to-end supply chains. Visibility into in-transit freight tracking has improved
considerably in recent years, as companies understand the critical importance of knowing
where their freight is at any given time. And once that freight reaches the warehouse or
distribution center, the warehouse management system takes over.
However, there’s a visibility gap that creates a black hole in many supply chains: the yard.
Companies are now realizing that they need better last-mile visibility into inbound loads to
manage the flow of traffic for manufacturing and distribution sites. Disruptions such as COVID-19
have exacerbated the challenges of managing congested yards, highlighting notorious
inefficiencies of manual operations.
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