- Brexit leads to increase in break bulk for cross-border parcel traffic

Brexit leads to increase in break bulk for cross-border parcel traffic

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(firmenpresse) - London – (26 January, 2021) – Logistyx Technologies, the leader in transportation management for parcel shipping, has seen a 250% increase in customers using or close to implementing break bulk services as they try to cut Brexit-related cross-border shipping costs and paperwork. Interest in break bulk has been growing since the UK referendum to leave the European Union and has continued in the weeks after the transition period ended on January 1st.

Break bulk services involve consolidating multiple orders into one big shipment to cross the border in order to reduce shipping charges and paperwork. Once on the other side, the consolidated shipment is broken down into separate shipments for individual delivery.

Logistyx helps shippers ensure their labelling and documentation can support this and has seen customers achieve savings of more than 25% on their transportation costs by switching to a break bulk service rather than sending shipments individually. For one customer, the goods are picked up from their UK facility before being shipped in bulk to the Netherlands where they are broken down for delivery across the EU.

For large shippers sending multiple items, the economics of break bulk are clear. Not only is there a cost saving on the actual shipping charge, due to lower £/kg rates on higher weight shipments, but there is a corresponding reduction in the quantity and cost of paperwork. If 50 individual shipments are consolidated into one break bulk shipment, there is only one set of paperwork to clear customs, meaning less chance of delays at the border. With carriers charging for each invoice declared at the border, the savings opportunities are clear, and having only one carrier invoice to be checked, also means less work for the finance department.

“Although break bulk services have existed for some time, we have seen a huge upswing in interest over the last two to three years, not just to achieve cost savings, which help to offset newly introduced customs duties and taxes resulting from Brexit, but to simplify customs documentation, as there is just one set of paperwork to be processed,” said Ken Fleming, President, Logistyx Technologies.

“If there is a problem at the border, having one large shipment also means you will only have one problem to solve. Multiple issues can arise if you are transporting many individual shipments, which can slow things down,” explained Fleming.

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Logistyx Technologies is the leader in Transportation Management for parcel shipping, providing an unmatched global multi-carrier network, predictive analytics and full visibility into customer deliveries. Its software boosts parcel shipping efficiencies and other business KPIs for many of the world’s top manufacturers, retailers and logistics providers.

Logistyx’s flagship software, TME, is the world’s first single engine specifically designed for parcel shipping. With more than 550 carrier integrations globally, TME provides carrier compliance, predictive analytics and tracking on shipping from start to finish.

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Datum: 26.01.2021 - 07:53 Uhr
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