When it comes to your cargo, our main priority is to make sure it gets delivered in the same condition it was received. The best way to accomplish this is to plan for every conceivable incident that could harm your cargo, as doing so will allow us to identify all the potential dangers and strategize accordingly. As a result, we make sure your cargo is packed properly so that no damage occurs while in transit. The secret is being able to identify every possible short-and-long-term issue, because knowing the landscape that affects your cargo will enable us to plan against anything that can cause a negative incident.
Pre-planning is also essential when it comes to disaster relief. Our kits are designed to keep you prepared in the long-term, and we can work with weather reports to plan in advance for on-site services carried out by OTS experts.
Damage Assessment & Cleanup
As every single participant in the supply chain sector knows, some things are simply out of your control. Even if all protocols are followed to a T, we are battling the elements, third party equipment, and a host of other variables that can change in an instant. Fortunately, OTS can help achieve your best-case scenario, but we also have your back in the worst-case scenario. In these situations, unprepared shippers can be responsible for all associated costs and cleanup operations. OTS will create strategies to minimize risk, develop plans for worst-case scenarios, and even deploy to the scene immediately if anything does go wrong. Here are some things that we have handled in the past:
OTS is specifically designed to neutralize issues before they ever happen. Bring us your logistical plan, and we will analyze every possible pitfall. We’ll take a microscope to any prospective truck transfer, rail connection, or other on-the-ground operation. Our experts will collaborate with your supply chain planners or consultants as well as workers onsite to ensure everything goes smoothly. Additionally, we can be on-hand to assist as soon as possible. Here are just a few of the transfer operations we can optimize: