Core Features-AVAAL Freight Management Suite

Automated Orders
Order Entry: Whether manual or automatic, order entry involves filling in all essential details like commodity or weight and setting up the current location and destination.

Integration with Warehouse Management System (WMS): If you have an integrated WMS, this order automatically goes to its scheduled transport.

Inventory Planning: Automated orders in TMS include inventory planning, which involves determining the quantity and timing of inventory for the most cost-efficient fulfillment.

Routing and Scheduling: The TMS automatically plans the best routes and schedules for delivery, considering factors like traffic, distance, and delivery windows.

Packing and Shipping: The TMS can automate the packing and shipping process, ensuring that orders are correctly packaged and ready for shipment.

Monitoring Order Status and Location: The TMS provides real-time visibility into the status and location of orders, keeping all stakeholders informed.

Efficiency and Cost Savings: Automation in TMS promotes efficiency, cost savings, and reliability by reducing manual tasks, minimizing errors, and improving the speed of operations.