Our in-house supply chain engineers and architects are industry experts in all forms of automated design. We have full-line facility design capabilities, competitive with any paid consulting firm, and the full process is in-house: Design, Build, Operate. We have extensive experience in rationalization of technologies through data analysis, design alternative evaluation, supplier selection, and business case assessment.
We have a tried-and-tested performance review processes, and not every Carrier is able to exceed our stringent requirements for performance, dependability, connect-ability, or fleet condition. Even with the driver shortage we’re seeing now, we won’t let our standards drop.
We have Regional Consolidation Centers in Allentown-PA, Atlanta-GA, Carthage-MO, City of Industry-CA, Clearfield-UT, and Rochelle-IL. All locations have been chosen for their location, ease-of-access for our carrier partners, and consolidation activity volume-handling capabilities.
We already have the program density that dependable carriers are looking for, so we’re able to negotiate favorable rates and pass the savings on.
LTL carriers just don’t have the order density needed to drive consistent, scheduled services without break-bulking along the way. You’ll often see delivery windows instead of the dependable sailing schedules we offer.
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Americold is audited by Ernst & Young LLP.