When a parcel is missing first and foremost our customer, the service provider has an unhappy customer on their hands. On top of that, they now need to find out where the problem occurred along the supply chain.
Many of our customers are moving from manufacturing to warehouse, to distribution centre, to the end customer. And without that visibility along the supply chain, there is less accountability amongst the players who are involved.
The Yojee platform allows our customers, their drivers and field operators to scan labels attached to parcels or pallets at any point along the supply chain. By doing so, this updates a digital milestone so everyone involved in the delivery can see very clearly who has the ownership and responsibility of the goods being moved.
The Yojee platform and the scanning feature provides our customers and their drivers’ peace of mind. It moves them away from manually counting hundreds upon hundreds of parcels to a simple and easy solution through scanning. This in turn reduces the number of human errors. It provides more responsibility and accountability for those evolved for a more efficient and streamlined delivery journey.
If you’d like to see how Yojee can help you solve your supply chain problems, click here to talk with one of our team members.
Helping businesses overcome their complex supply chain challenges has always been Yojee’s core value. We connect land freight players through our proprietary platform, providing supply chain visibility and enabling seamless communication between shippers and their customers.
Since our founding in 2016, we have worked alongside the world’s largest 3PLs, global freight forwarders, transportation companies, and brand owners to develop logistics solutions that meet their first-mile and last-mile delivery needs.
How Yojee stands out from other logistics providers is our multi-carrier management feature, which allows collaboration between land freight players to meet demands. Coupled with our last mile delivery app for drivers, logistics providers can now efficiently move freight from point A to point B with optimal resource usage. We do all this with one goal in mind: fewer carbon emissions and sustainability.