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When it comes to how a shipper defines the value of a logistics provider or 3PL to the bottom line, there are often several Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and Logistics Metrics taken into consideration. Every company knows customer service is important; but it is seldom well-defined, and even more rarely measured in logistics operations.

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In part one of 3PL Implementation steps, we spoke about how you begin the process of implementing a third party logistics company.  He covered important factors shippers, manufacturers, and distributors need to consider when looking to hire a 3PL provider, such as: Customer Service requirements, putting together a task force, and of course creating a plan internally to set up your criteria.

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Cerasis Inc. is a freight logistics company servicing those in the manufacturing and distribution industries, optimizing freight expenditures through proprietary freight management software and services as well as positive collaboration and negotiation with carrier partners.

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The Cerasis team recently exhibited at the first of five manufacturing trade shows we will attend in 2013, Houstex. Houstex 2013 was held in Houston, Texas, at the George R. Brown Convention Center from February 26th through February 28th with the awesome tag line: “Go Beyond the Ordinary to See the Extraordinary: The Art of Manufacturing”.

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Looking to provide powerful freight technology and freight management services, Cerasis exhibits alongside manufacturers

(Dallas, TX) Cerasis, Inc., a freight logistics company, founded in 1997, announced that they are exhibiting at the three day Houstex 2013 manufacturing tradeshow in Houston, Texas, starting February 26th through February 28th.

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[dropcap style=”plain”]A[/dropcap] ccording to recent Peerless Research Group (PRG) surveys and feedback as published in the January 1, 2013, Logistics Management article, “Supply Chain Technology: Transportation Management Systems (TMS) gaining altitude,” many shippers of freight, such as manufacturers and distribution companies, are seeing the benefits of both hard and soft freight costs savin

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In the Supply Chain Management Review article titled, “Five Supply Chain Trends That Shaped 2012,” there are five trends listed that make manufacturers and distribution companies more effective as relating to their supply chains. These compelling five trends align perfectly with the Cerasis unique value propositions that we offer to our manufacturing and distribution customers.