How do you send 60 dangerous goods a day safely without spending hours on paperwork? Finnish auto parts wholesaler has found the perfect solution to the problem: nShift.
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When companies and online retailers ship dangerous goods, they have to document all the details of the shipment to the carrier, including material name, danger category, UN number and so on. All this documentation is essential, as it tells the carrier how to handle the dangerous goods safely – but it also takes up a lot of time.
For Finnish auto parts wholesaler, Motoral, the process was proving especially burdensome. Jussi Vuorela, Logistics Planner at Motoral explains: “60 of our 300 daily shipments are categorized as dangerous goods shipments. So, every day, we have a large amount of dangerous goods documentation that we need to make sure is updated correctly and sent to the carriers.
Motoral were looking for a delivery management platform that would enable them to automate the entire dangerous goods shipping process and so save them from drowning in all the necessary documentation work.
It is crucial for us that our delivery management software supports dangerous goods. [nShift] is the only delivery management provider on the market that does this.
Jussi Vuorela, Logistics Planner at Motoral
Through nShift, Motoral has now automated the printing of all its dangerous goods documentation. All Motoral needs to do is set up its dangerous goods articles in the online catalog and nShift takes care of the rest – including transferring the required EDI to the carriers. This way, Motoral saves manual working hours, and is secured against potential fines and avoidable accidents due to poor documentation.