The logistics business is taking center stage to companies as supply chains increasingly become global. Gone are the days when logistics was confined to just the movement of freight and goods. Managing costs, security issues, tracking fuel, tackling sustainability issues, driving transparency, keeping pace with the impact of technologies like Blockchain are significant challenges that the logistics industry faces. With the emergence of the New Normal, many aspects of the business are likely to change dramatically, including closed international borders, land-air-sea transportation issues, and last-mile problems.
The industry needs to perform with clockwork precision, rope-like flexibility, and availability anywhere-anytime. This, despite dealing with various partners and vendors while lacking visibility into supply chain networks, data and IT assets, resources, demands, and more, keeping new opportunities out of hand.
Discover how we deeply embed, rationalize, and integrate technology in all aspects of the logistics value chain, to help you move beyond run-of-the-mill digital advantages to becoming the prime mover with unique niches.
- Ports and Shipping
Streamline and centralize IT operations across shipping ports to warehouses from fleet management, fuel consumption, labor arbitrage to warehouse automation, product management, and more
- Air Freights and Aviation
Win the balancing act between cost, time, environmental concerns, and safety, all while seamlessly increasing productivity and efficiency across the freights and cargo supply chain with end-to-end visibility
- Railways and Metros
Obtain cost-effective intermodal transportation efficiencies with data from account management, freight management, comprehensive reporting, auditing to customized self-service portals, and more
- Third-and Fourth Party (3PL & 4PL) Logistics
Go beyond strategic 3PL offerings to getting complete control over 4PL logistics and last-mile fulfillment processes with optimized inventories, well-maintained tech-stack and real-time visibility of supply chains
- Warehouse Management
Manage the flow of goods and information in and out of the warehouse with automation, flexibility in operations, and higher productivity with end-to-end visibility
Are you facing any of these struggles in delivering cutting-edge logistics and transportation experiences?
- Tracking and tracing inventory in transit
- Low asset turnover ratio and asset life cycle management
- Inefficient warehouse capacity utilization
- Rising transportation costs due to the demand-supply gap
- Market inaccessibility due to weak logistics network
- Achieving flexibility and agility in 3PL and 4PL services
- Aging legacy platforms that are not enabling you to be agile
Unleash an economy of scale and Realize huge cost-benefits.
- Efficient business scaling, minimizing possible risks to the structural integrity of the system.
- Ensured data separation and security
- Huge reduction in costs
- Enable vendors to scale their B2B model on the fly, involving onboarding and offboarding of freight carriers.
Logistics behemoth attains $ 3 million savings and near real-time visibility on freight movements through a custom integration platform
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YASH works with some of the largest logistics companies globally and helps them address business complexities with customized solutions and services. With a thorough understanding of Industry challenges, including network planning and design, fleet management, warehouse mobility, digital inventory tracking, managing asset lifecycles, and delivering data analytics-based business insights, we have worked with clients’ to build solutions for the logistics value chain. With over two decades of experience in the industry and leading technology partnerships worldwide, we enable you with increased effectiveness, maximized profitability, optimized resources, and sustainable balance-sheet outcomes.