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Automated Sequencing Brings New Order to Routed Orders

By Chris Capshaw

Feb 20,  2017

For suppliers that serve customers through regular delivery routes, the efficiency with which they load and unload delivery vehicles can have a tremendous impact on the bottom line. Companies making regular deliveries to convenience stores, grocery stores, restaurants, cafeterias, hospitals, schools and numerous other institutions can benefit greatly by ensuring that their shipments go onto trucks in corresponding order to delivery requirements.

In warehouses with little or no automation, the loading and unloading of delivery vehicles can be a haphazard affair. At each stop, drivers can spend unnecessary time searching and shuffling to pick the goods needed to fulfill the order. In addition to wasting valuable talent, this can reduce the number of daily deliveries, cause delays and introduce error.

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