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      Cross-docking, the art of unloading freight from an inbound vehicle and immediately loading it into outbound vehicles, allows us to sort incoming freight to different destinations or combine products for one final destination. This practice gets your product to market faster and cuts costs by using less warehouse space and labor. Cross-docking is especially beneficial for businesses that need a heavy volume moved quickly and accurately. 

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  • Increased speed to market – With high turn rates and reduced handling, cross-docking helps to increase efficiency and get products to market faster.
  • Reduced costs – Cross-docking requires a smaller footprint than traditional warehousing and often utilizes less labor as well.
  • Improved service levels – Because product is shipped in bulk and picked up at the cross-dock, the practice offers great flexibility for changes to orders further down the supply chain

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Can Cross-Docking Help your business?


Cross-docking increases speed to market and reduces brick-and-mortar costs. It makes the most sense when companies need to move a heavy volume with extreme provision and complete accuracy, within a tight time frame.

Cross-docking makes sense when:

  • Current fulfillment and distribution models cannot meet customer needs.
  • Outdated strategies extend cycle times and compromise self-life guarantees.
  • Transportation networks become over-burdened, diminishing performance rates and increasing cost.

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