Inbound Logistics’ Annual List of the Best Supply Chain Logistics Solution Providers Includes the Emerging Industry Leader
April 21, 2015 – Fair Lawn, NJ – Editor Felecia Stratton contacted UltraShipTMS to confirm that, for the sixth consecutive year, the Ultra organization had earned a spot on Inbound Logistics magazine’s “Top 100 Logistics IT Providers” list. The full list will be published in the April 2014 issue. The acknowledged publication of record for the logistics industry, Inbound Logistics recognition is synonymous with achievement in the field of supply chain logistics management.
UltraShipTMS builds state-of-the-art software for logistics and transportation management, freight and route optimization, private fleet management and freight yard management. UltraShipTMS solutions and services have been enjoying an accelerated adoption rate among high volume shippers in the US and the organization has been the recipient of widespread industry recognition and awards for excellence. UltraShipTMS provides state-of-the-art, web-based (cloud) solutions helping large volume shippers extract maximum efficiency from their supply chain logistics efforts.
Mike Sadowski, CTO at UltraShipTMS says his organization is very proud of its consistent appearance on this particular list. “Our solution is especially robust in the management and optimization of inbound logistics, which any supply chain practitioner will tell you, is an order of magnitude more complicated than the processes associated with outbound logistics.” UltraShipTMS has recently been attracting a growing list of new retail industry clients which Sadowski notes, “are routinely focused on the challenges of managing inbound logistics for the thousands of SKUs they bring into distribution centers from hundreds of different suppliers.”
Likely also factoring into UltraShipTMS’s inclusion in the Top 100 again this year is the release of the company’s latest offering, UltraYMS . UltraYMS is a new, web-based yard management solution enabling shippers to exert greater visibility and control over equipment and product as it enters, loads/unloads and leaves the expansive freight yards at large distribution centers.