TRAFFIC AND LOGISTICS

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TRAFFIC AND LOGISTICS

WE ASSIST WITH YOUR TRAFFIC AND LOGISTICS REQUIREMENTS

Material and Contract Services, Inc. can assist clients with Logistics requirements:

  • by  providing project support professionals  to support the Traffic and Logistics functions,
  • by performing the process and support programs to provide Traffic and Logistics services
  • by providing consulting services to evaluate the effectiveness of the Traffic and Logistics organization.

Logistics experts need to focus on transportation, specifically the efficient planning and procurement of transportation for products and materials. Freight trains, trucks, ships, and planes move goods every day. Knowledge of the rules, regulations, benefits, and costs associated with these modes of transport is necessary for professionals in this field. To succeed, you may also need strong skills in strategic planning, customer service, leadership, and math.  Having the right mix of professionals with skills and knowledge in the warehouse storage, warehouse management and the movement of incoming and outbound materials, equipment and supplies are keys to a successful Traffic and Logistics department.

Warehousing and storage is a large element of the Traffic and Logistics Organization  for example, a number of warehousing decisions directly impact logistics and transportation. For example, how many warehouses are needed, where should they be located, how large should they be;  how much inventory should be held in each?  Material handling is the placement of goods and the movement of goods within a warehouse, factory or other facility. This includes incoming movement of goods and the movement of goods from storage to order-picking areas to dock areas for shipment.

SUPPORT PROGRAMS:

  • Warehousing and storage.
  • Transportation.
  • Inventory management
  • Maintenance/materials management
  • Inventory and scrap disposal
  • Materials handling
  • Return goods handling
  • Transportation – rail, air, truck, ocean

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