US-based freight forwarder OnBoard Logistics has partnered with intelligent logistics platform Raft to successfully optimize warehousing operations and redefine the way cargo is received and processed.
OnBoard Logistics now boasts a fully automated warehouse pre-check process, utilizing Raft’s platform to optimize the receipt and processing of cargo before its physical arrival, streamlining operations and eliminating potentially costly mistakes.
Since implementation, which was completed within a two-week period, OnBoard Logistics has achieved a capacity lift of over three times its previous capabilities, and has eliminated human errors in its warehousing processes.
“Our goal has always been to optimize our services and provide unparalleled quality to our clients,” said Rodrigo Sosa Quiroga, Co-founder and VP, OnBoard Logistics.
“We recognized the need for innovation in our industry, especially in streamlining warehouse operations. With Raft’s expertise, we have been able to automate and optimize our processes, delivering faster and more accurate results.”
OnBoard Logistics has recently embarked upon an aggressive digitalization strategy, investing heavily in its technological infrastructure to significantly enhance its warehousing capabilities.
“OnBoard Logistics’ forward-thinking approach and commitment to leveraging technology to optimize operations is truly commendable,” said Lionel van der Walt, Chief Growth Officer, Raft.
“We are confident that our partnership will unlock new opportunities for OnBoard Logistics as they continue to expand,” he said.
OnBoard Logistics’ adoption of Raft is part of a larger initiative known as the Digital Warehouse Project, aimed at transforming the company’s operations to meet the evolving needs of the market.
The integration of handheld scanners and artificial intelligence capabilities, combined with the existing software infrastructure, has further solidified OnBoard Logistics’ competitive edge.
“In an industry where creativity and differentiation are often limited, optimization is the key to success,” added Sosa Quiroga.