12th December

Why a 4PL Chose a Lesser-Known, New-to-Europe TMS Provider

Why a 4PL Chose a Lesser-Known, New-to-Europe TMS Provider SmartWay Logistics, a 4PL with a presence throughout Europe, was struggling with a TMS that was inefficient, required a lot of manual tasks, had poor visibility and couldn't keep up with market demands. When it decided to make the switch to a new TMS, the company

11th December

Case Study: SmartWay Logistics

4PL drives improvements for itself, customers and carriers with superior visibility, automation and optimization Go here to view a PDF of this case study. Industry: Logistics Services Location: Throughout Europe Customer Benefits: Real-time optimization results in cost savings for 4PL and customers Increased automation frees up employees to focus on customer service, not technology Broader

10th December

3Gtms Receives a 2018 Supply & Demand Chain Executive Green Supply Chain Award

3Gtms Receives a 2018 Supply & Demand Chain Executive Green Supply Chain Award Shelton, Conn. Dec. 10, 2018 — Supply & Demand Chain Executive, the executive's user manual for successful supply and demand chain transformation, has selected 3Gtms as a recipient of an SDCE Green Supply Chain Award for 2017. This year's awards recognize small,

7th December

Know the Key Elements for Harnessing a TMS

In a world where so much transportation data is inaccurate and unreliable, having good data on transportation moves, customer deliveries, as well as good and bad carriers helps companies overcome key challenges like tight capacity, increasing freight rates, and driver shortages. That’s where a modern TMS with the right framework and data model comes into

5th December

3Gtms Releases Quick Ship Portal

3Gtms Releases Quick Ship Portal Fresh new interface and streamlined screens re-imagine the user experience for a 3PL’s customers Shelton, Conn., December 5, 2018 — 3Gtms, Inc., a global provider of Tier 1 transportation management software (TMS), announced the release of the Quick Ship Portal, the first in a suite of solutions designed to enhance and expand

19th November

American Bath Group: “3Gtms is the Best TMS Provider We’ve Ever Had”

American Bath Group, a leading manufacturer of bath tubs and showers, needed to replace its old and inefficient TMS. The company works with many LTL and TL carriers, and was spending a lot of time in multiple systems trying to manage those partnerships. With 3Gtms, American Bath Group now has one central location for its

13th November

3Gtms Releases 3G-TM v17.4 for Enhanced Visibility, Flexibility and Security

3Gtms Releases 3G-TM v17.4 for Enhanced Visibility, Flexibility and Security Key features build on the industry-leading 3G-TM to drive better decision-making and faster reaction times. Shelton, Conn., November 13, 2018 — 3Gtms, Inc., a global provider of Tier 1 transportation management software (TMS), announced the release of the 3G-TM transportation management system version 17.4. Built on

8th November

KDL Earns Larger Customers with Flexible 3Gtms Technology

When KDL, a 3PL that provides freight management services, needed a more flexible transportation management system, it turned to 3Gtms. The ability to customize the TMS to meet clients’ needs enabled the company to increase their freight-handling capabilities and take on larger, more complex clients. In the end, KDL reports that it's been able to

1st November
  • Logistics Viewpoints

Logistics Viewpoints: Here’s why you can Stop Dreading TMS Integrations

Managing logistics can’t happen in a vacuum; you need visibility and awareness of internal and external systems, partners and resources. The problem is that integration and visibility are a big hurdle for most transportation management systems (TMS). According to the Transportation Planning and Execution Benchmark Study by American Shipper, for example, 61 percent of respondents

29th October

New Resource: Using a TMS to Solve the Visibility Challenge

In the B2B world, visibility is extremely complicated because it encompasses start-to-finish order visibility. It requires systematically interpreting and combining inter-enterprise data from many sources. It’s about assessing the past, monitoring/reacting in the present and adjusting for the future. But getting visibility into the logistics flow has traditionally been very expensive or produced limited results