Varen in de keten
Wayz is establishing an independent Control Tower in the Port of Rotterdam area from which it will carry out the total chain management for its clients.
From road to barge
Five independent fruit importers wanted an alternative mode of transport for a variety of reasons including considerations of sustainability.
Working to increase flows
A logistic service provider had entered into a contract for distributing frozen goods to the United Kingdom, Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands, and France and was assigned the task of increasing flows.
Smooth collaboration in a new network environment
A shipping agency was integrated in two logistic service providers, meaning that the staff of these two businesses were working together with increasing frequency.
More competitive prices with new route plan
Two logistic service providers are responsible for the distribution for retailers in the Benelux countries. One of the companies is primarily active in the north of the Benelux region and the other is active in the south.
Smart route plan reduces kilometers and hours
A dairy producer needed to draw up a new route plan twice yearly for distributing milk to primary schools throughout the Netherlands.
Reduced logistic costs through traffic avoidance
A producer of bread primarily delivers its products during rush hour.
Saving by bundling
For a large purchasing organization, Wayz saw concrete opportunities for significantly improving the distribution of frozen food flows.
Digitizing freight documentation
A logistic service provider wanted to make the transition from fixed on-board computers in lorries to mobile devices.
Centralized planning equals sustaunable collaboration
A client had a number of different production and storage locations. Transport order planning was carried out locally.
Wayz an eye for logistics
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