Supply chain solutions
Third-party logistics (3PL) – means using third-party businesses in logistics and supply chain management.
We take great pride in selecting just the right third-party logistics provider for every customer, regardless of their industry or the nature of their supply chain.
When we enter into a partnership with a third-party logistics provider, we gain the ability to scale space, labor, and transportation according to inventory needs.
Using 3PL solutions can enable a hassle-free transition. DFDS’ proactive approach to using third-party logistics providers ensures that your supply chain can adapt accordingly.
At DFDS, we of course handpick each and every one of our 3PL providers. Our tailored third-party logistics services meet the requirements and demands of a range of sectors, industries, and businesses.
Such as those who deal in automotives, forest and metal products, chemicals and seafood, as well as other goods that might require a steady cold chain and temperature-controlled environments.
Our sophisticated integrated IT systems give you end-to-end visibility across the entire supply chain, giving you access to detailed, real-time information all the way.
Using great third-party logistics providers is a way for DFDS to constantly evaluate operations and continuously improve our offerings to customer.
We make an effort to look at every part of our collaboration, as well as the flow of your business with us, to make sure that your supply chain is ship shape at all times. That it is robust, efficient, and flexible.
You can rest assured that you have the full support of our pan-European network of strategically located terminals, hubs, and dedicated specialists. All coming together for you to spend the time you need to make your business as cost-efficient and prosperous as possible.
Check out our book and track section and find out how you can create, edit, or cancel a booking in just a few easy steps. This is also where you can track a unit or consignment, download invoices, see volume statistics, and look over your Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).