Inbound Logistics Features Elemica

March 22, 2016 Katie McGinn

Gary Neights, Elemica's Director of Project Management, Highlighted

Gary is featured in a recent Inbound Logistics article titled Intermodal Transportation: Rise and Shine. Here is an excerpt from Gary in the full article which discusses the continuing growth of intermodal use.

Shippers in the process industries who use automated railcar fulfillment software can also save money by improving efficiency. "If, for example, distributors want to have 12 railcars on location ready to go to fill an order, the software will determine that they may actually need to have 18 railcars in inventory—with three en route and three empties returning to keep an average of 12 on location," says Gary Neights, director of product management for Elemica, a global provider of supply chain solutions for the process industries.

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