What you’ll learn
Understand and describe the process of transportation risk management.
The Whole Process of Transportation System Planning
The different cost structures and rates used in the transportation industry
Understand the operational overview, common benefits and limitations, and freight characteristics of each of the five basic modes of transportation.
There is no requirement for prior experience.
Isn’t it true that everyone understands the importance of transportation planning?
After all, logistics is crucial to a company’s performance, therefore it’s essential to have a comprehensive structure in place to ensure that internal and external activities operate smoothly.We decided to construct a list of suggestions after some thought so that you might obtain a better grasp of effective transportation planning.
Transportation planning is the process by which carriers determine which items will travel a given route, in which vehicle, and at what time. Out of all the possibilities accessible, the trick is to choose the ones that provide the best delivery performance at the lowest cost for the organisation in question. Transportation planning comes in a variety of shapes and sizes, as well as different levels of sophistication. This could be anything from simple route planning to global freight flow planning incorporating numerous modes of transportation (flying, sailing, driving). Transportation planning, on a practical level, comprises defining routes and setting optimal travel times. Most organisations need sophisticated tools to solve this challenging challenge.
This course will teach you everything you need to know about the practical side of things before you begin. We’ll go over the specifics of transportation planning and how to put one together. We’ll also go through different modes of transportation and other topics.
Who this course is for:
- Professionals Procurement specialists
- Consultants Business students
- Professionals in Inventory and Warehouse Management
- Freight forwarding accountants and business analysts