One way BAT accomplished this was by working with BTU SOFTWARE COMPANY, a supply chain software development company. For the past nine months, BAT utilized BTU’s Three-In-One web-based application to improve performance in several aspects of the logistics business.
“It’s worked out to be the best move BAT has ever made, and has already increased our load count and margins within the same pool of customers year over year,” said Jarrod Marinello, executive vice president. “Not only has BTU increased BAT’s bottom line but it has also increased employee performance and reduced stress. Our employees are the most important aspect of our business, so its imperative that we not only give them tools but also reduce their stress.”
To learn more about BTU Software Company’s Three-In-One, visit the website.
Papillion, Neb.- A based third party logistics provider that specializes full truck load, less than truck load flat bed, refrigerated, interna tional, and rail services, reports its all time growth in sales revenue, for the three months, ended June 30, 2010.
Remarking on BAT Logistics growth, one of the owners, Jarrod Marinello said, “We are extremely grateful for the first half of 2010, followed by third consecutive year-over-year growth due largely to employee retention, added capacity and our ability to react quickly to market conditions.”
While truck load capacity tightened in the industry, BAT managed to increase its carrier base above 25 percent in the past four months.
BAT Logistics head quartered in Papillion, Neb., is a privately held third party logistics provider.
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