How to Optimize First Mile Logistics with Automated Dimensioning 

Huge increase in parcels and cartons shipped due to demand over the past year has led carriers worldwide to realize that they are often exceeding their space constraints first before exceeding weight constraints. As if that weren’t challenging enough, it’s also getting costlier to buy or rent warehouse space. For many parcel and warehouse companies, the only solution is to maximize their current space.

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Discover How Much Underperforming Customers are Costing You with Cargo Spectre

Return on investment is a huge factor for most carriers when choosing a dimensioning system, and with good reason. We all go into business to make money, not spend it. But when deciding if dimensioning is worth the investment, many carriers tend to focus only on the potential revenues that can be recovered by correcting […]

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Cargo Spectre Partners with CubiDat to Provide Freight Dimensioning Systems in Europe and Beyond

Cutting-edge, automated dimensioners capture freight measurements in seconds. Cargo Spectre™, a Texas-based leader in the automated freight-dimensioning sector, today announced a strategic partnership with CubiDat® to expand its global presence to new international markets. CubiDat is a European integrator for automatic freight measuring systems. Cargo Spectre is one of the world’s top provider of freight […]

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The Top 5 Ways Automated Dimensioning Boosts Shippers’ Bottom Line

There’s a good reason why Cargo Spectre is an international leader in logistics technology. We add proven, bankable benefits to our clients’ balance sheets. Our automated cargo weighing and dimensioning products offer shippers the opportunity to realize substantial, overnight process improvements and savings. With the demand for shipping and logistics higher than ever before around […]

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Why Every Inch Counts in Cargo Dimensioning

How much can a single inch really cost you? If you haven’t done the math, you might be surprised. Pallet dimensions that are off just one inch from what’s stated on the paperwork can cost shippers and warehouses thousands of dollars, even if the pallet shifts or bulges after the initial measurement. How much money […]

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