One Inventory Distribution

More Efficient Inventory

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One Inventory Distribution

More Efficient Inventory

The One Inventory Solution to Reaching 80% of the US Population.

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The Advantages of a Centralized Inventory Distribution System

By sharing transportation for order fulfilment, you create the efficiency necessary for a single inventory distribution program that reaches more than 80% of the US population in a single day. Well, that’s Velocities MVC.

Eliminate LTL Costs

Manufacturers ship truckload to Hobart, Indiana for frozen, deep frozen and cooler warehousing with 45,000 pallet positions. Hanson picks on demand orders and combines shipments with other vendor products into truckloads scheduled for the same delivery appointment.

Simpler Management; Fewer Issues

One inventory with one transportation and warehouse partner reduces complexity, picking errors and stockouts. Instead of requesting and compiling multiple reports from several regional distributors, you can access everything that you need to know in one place.

More Consistent OTIF

Maintaining a centralized inventory gives you the flexibility to manage rising and declining demand. When you split your inventory across the nation, you have to estimate what will be needed in that geographic location. If a sudden sales spike exhausts one of your cold storage locations, it costs more time and freight charges to ship a secondary supply from another area. One central warehouse will ship where it’s needed, when it’s needed.

Reduce Inventory Cost

Central inventory pricing and operation costs are considerably more consistent, often simplified to a cost-per-case for delivery. Eliminate on-boarding costs and base fees by moving all of your inventory to one location.

Greater Transparency

With a single, reliable logistics partner, there are fewer unknowns. It can be difficult to manage and track shipping schedules, speeds, and supply chain transfers on a small, regional scale from multiple providers. Even if your orders travel greater distances from a centralized inventory, the consistent, scheduled movement produces higher KPIs.

More Efficient Replenishment

Spend less time and money replenish multiple inventories. By staging your inventory in one location, you can cut costs with larger manufacturing runs that ship all at once. This inventory management system also eliminates inefficient restocking for noticeable inbound cost savings.

Decentralized supply chains are weighted toward lowest transportation costs: largest shipment to as close as possible to the end consumer. This is a mult-facility regional approach, and it often becomes costly. It requires more management of forward inventory at multiple centers across the nation, often replenished with LTL. There is a simpler option:

The One Inventory Solution to Reaching 80% of the US Population.

vector map with location dots
The Advantages of a Centralized Inventory Distribution System

By sharing transportation for order fulfilment, you create the efficiency necessary for a single inventory distribution program that reaches more than 80% of the US population in a single day. Well, that’s Velocities MVC.

Eliminate LTL Costs

Manufacturers ship truckload to Hobart, Indiana for frozen, deep frozen and cooler warehousing with 45,000 pallet positions. Hanson picks on demand orders and combines shipments with other vendor products into truckloads scheduled for the same delivery appointment.

Simpler Management; Fewer Issues

One inventory with one transportation and warehouse partner reduces complexity, picking errors and stockouts. Instead of requesting and compiling multiple reports from several regional distributors, you can access everything that you need to know in one place.

More Consistent OTIF

Maintaining a centralized inventory gives you the flexibility to manage rising and declining demand. When you split your inventory across the nation, you have to estimate what will be needed in that geographic location. If a sudden sales spike exhausts one of your cold storage locations, it costs more time and freight charges to ship a secondary supply from another area. One central warehouse will ship where it’s needed, when it’s needed.

Reduce Inventory Cost

Central inventory pricing and operation costs are considerably more consistent, often simplified to a cost-per-case for delivery. Eliminate on-boarding costs and base fees by moving all of your inventory to one location.

Greater Transparency

With a single, reliable logistics partner, there are fewer unknowns. It can be difficult to manage and track shipping schedules, speeds, and supply chain transfers on a small, regional scale from multiple providers. Even if your orders travel greater distances from a centralized inventory, the consistent, scheduled movement produces higher KPIs.

More Efficient Replenishment

Spend less time and money replenish multiple inventories. By staging your inventory in one location, you can cut costs with larger manufacturing runs that ship all at once. This inventory management system also eliminates inefficient restocking for noticeable inbound cost savings.

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