Automated Dispatch: Introduction

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asked Dec 12, 2022 in H&E by lileeperry (140 points)

Automated Dispatch is a technology that uses advanced algorithms to dynamically assign routes, assets, and drivers. This enables a much higher return on assets because the system can reallocate resources to best serve the needs of the customer.

The benefits of automated dispatch include:

  • Reduced operational costs due to a decreased need for human resources
  • Improved efficiency as a result of optimized resource routing and allocation
  • Improved customer satisfaction due to the timely delivery of goods



Sectors We Serve:


Trucking is a vital part of the global economy, and it’s growing rapidly in all parts of the world. There are a number of different types of trucks that can be used for transporting goods, and each has its own unique advantages and disadvantages.

Asset-based trucking is the most common type of trucking, and it’s based on the principle that cargo is better protected if it’s moved using vehicles that are owned by the carrier rather than leased. This makes asset-based trucking a reliable option for businesses that need to transport high-value cargo.

Specialized carriers specialize in transporting specific types of goods or products. They often have extensive knowledge about their particular category, which means they can transport items with confidence even in difficult or hazardous conditions.


Finished Vehicle Logistics:

Finished vehicle logistics is a growing industry that partners with companies in the new and POV spaces dealing with moving and processing vehicles with complex operations. These partners help streamline the process by automating certain parts of the workflow, managing inventory, and providing other services that make the process more efficient. Finished vehicle logistics can help reduce the time it takes to move a vehicle from Point A to Point B, making it an ideal solution for companies that need to get their products to market quickly.



Shippers are responsible for ensuring that products are delivered to the right customer at the right time, no matter where they are in the world. They play a major role in all aspects of an organization's supply chain, from planning and marketing to shipping and logistics.

Last-mile delivery is one of the most important tasks that shippers carry out. This is the part of the supply chain where products are delivered to customers' doors; this is often referred to as "the last mile." It's essential that shippers have a solid understanding of both local and international supply chains so that they can ensure that products reach their destination on time and in perfect condition.



We have covered a lot in this article. We discussed the solutions required to streamline your supply chain and business operations with automation and optimization.

Now that you are aware of the key points, it's time to choose which steps can have the biggest impact on your business performance.

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