If you looking for a complete handover of your transportation department then KANE should be on the top of your list to talk to.
Let us put our over 87 years of experience to work for you. Utilizing both asset and non-asset capacity, combined with our TMW and Blu-Jay TMS systems, we seamlessly manage all your day-to-day transportation and administrative needs.
Our success comes from the knowledge and history (the KANE transportation team has) with Kimberly-Clark and the depth of the relationships.
- Transportation Ops Manager Kimberly-Clark Corporation
Sun-Maid® needed to reduce its LTL costs and sought a 3PL partner on the east coast with a strong freight consolidation program. KANE took over Northeast and Mid-Atlantic distribution of Sun-Maid’s premium-quality raisins and dried fruits, combining Sun-Maid freight with other customer’s products to create lower-cost full truckload shipments.
As a result, Sun-Maid reduced its CWT for outbound freight by 62% compared with non-consolidated shipments.
The Topps Company is an international marketer of entertainment products, principally collectible trading cards and candy such as the Push Pop® and Bazooka® brands. Topps successfully reduced its freights costs through the use of KANE's pool distribution program, which combines the freight of multiple companies in order to ship at more economical full truckload (TL) rates. Each month, hundreds of controlled-climate TL shipments go from Topps' DC in the Eastern U.S. through a national network of pool points, which break down bulk shipments to individual orders for local delivery.
As a result, Topps was able to:
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