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Welch’s Selects Transplace for Transportation Management Solution

Global beverage and fruit company to leverage SaaS TMS for improved visibility and cost savings.

Transplace, a provider of transportation management services and logistics technology, announced that Welch’s has implemented Transplace’s proprietary transportation management system (TMS) to manage daily transportation operations in North America. Transplace’s software-as-a-solution (SaaS) TMS will provide reduced transportation costs, increased visibility and greater operational efficiencies.

“For more than 140 years, Welch’s has been able to provide consumers with quality grape-based products and deliver quality service for our suppliers and customers,” said John Mancinelli, director, customer operations, Welch’s. “...We need the right tools that align with our company goals. Transplace has a deep understanding of consumer product goods companies, and is able to deliver innovative technology that drives operational efficiency and cost savings. As a result, we have increased visibility of supply chain activities and can better serve our growing customer base.”

Using Transplace’s TMS, Welch’s can efficiently plan and execute all inbound and outbound shipments across North America. Additionally, Welch’s will be able to identify and take advantage of key areas of improvement and savings opportunities based on Transplace’s analysis of rate compression, accessorial savings, routing guide compliance and truckload and intermodal conversion. 

To learn more about how Transplace can help improve your transportation management, visit www.transplace.com

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