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Does truck activity at your loading docks seem impossible to plan? “Transparency” and “Track and Trace” are becoming increasingly important within supply chain management. Time slot management systems with integrated delivery management based on ongoing ETA calculations can make it possible to respond to deviations from the plan early on and reduce costs.
Prevent detours before they occur and avoid deadline pressure. Action instead of reaction. These qualities come together in the Camelot Dock Schedule Optimizer (DSO) in the simplest way. The solution, based on an SAP cloud, can be easily integrated into your processes and system landscape. The included app supports the use of Android and Apple devices. The app is in constant communication with the cloud and provides the relevant information for ongoing ETA determination. This enables faster, proactive communication to reduce costs and improve planning.
The DSO can be used across all industries, whether in retail or manufacturing. The DSO always plays to its strengths when it comes to making the most effective use of existing capacities, for example in a logistics center or chemical park.
The Camelot Dock Schedule Optimizer supports companies in optimizing their loading processes, enabling complete transparency for all process participants and serves as a collaboration platform for cooperation between shippers, forwarders, carriers, and drivers. Existing capacities are used optimally and exceptions can be managed quickly and flexibly.
The estimated arrival time (ETA) for each time slot is continuously recalculated. If a deviation exceeds the tolerance, the status of the respective time slot changes
Whether you are a consignee, logistics service provider or driver, it is always possible to change your time slot.
There is no limit to the number of loading and unloading points that can be covered by the DSO.
Yes, you can define this per loading or unloading point for the purposes of capacity and resource planning.
Similar to a flight, the driver must check in, thus confirming arrival at the destination.
Closer cooperation and greater shared data enable higher efficiency at lower costs, but also require trust. By increasing security and transparency, Blockchain supports in building that trust.
Visibility is the foundation of network analysis and optimization, and can be achieved through Camelot’s Logistics Analyzer. Beyond that, the solution provides you with the ability to identify shortcomings of the underlying logistics data, which are often neglected.
Efficient processes in warehouse logistics with SAP EWM and integrated logistics concepts with SAP TM, SAP YL and S/4HANA, including digital trends such as AI and blockchain.
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