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customer changing small air moves totransition into ocean FCL consolidations. One plant currentlyparticipating with air save initiative, Plant 2 starting Q1 of 2014.Destination save is by overweighting containers, returncontainer to local CY.European save by changing consolidation center whichreduced p/u cost to our customer. Consolidation Program todate, over 1.5 million in less than 1 year of serviceCustoms save by having less BOL’s and admin fees.TOC Capabilities Presentation: Network

Reporting PackageAverage Container UtilizationEquivalent Containers per WeekCBM & UtilizationMonthly Cost per PositionMonthly Cost per KilogramOn Time PercentageFreight DensitySavings ReportIn-Transit ReportCustom Reporting as Required by CustomersTOC Capabilities Presentation 2015: Technology

Why TOC?TOC Logistics International is a Global logisticsmanagement organization that provides advancedtechnology driven solutions across multiple modesthrough worldwide operationsTOC provides value that drives direct dollar cost savings,operational efficiency and visibility within our client’ssupply chainsTOC provides expertise in domestic and internationalshipment optimizationTOC drives value by acting in the best interest of ourcustomers and investing in their success. TOC is atrue Global PartnerTOC is led by industry veterans and staffed with experiencedsupply chain management professionalsTOC was named one of the Top 3PL companies to watch byGlobal Trade MagazineTOC Capabilities Presentation 2015: Technology

Contact TOC Today!Start improving your Global Supply Chain.Greg Scheevel, Director of Global Development317-759-2134 / gscheevel@toclogistics.com

Sep 23, 2015 · TOC Corporate HQ TOC Lansing Branch Office/Warehouse 2601 Fortune Circle East Drive, Suite 201B Indianapolis, IN 46241 2350 Port Lansing Rd., Suite 1 . Lansing, MI 48906 . TOC Capabilities Presentation

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