Shipment Management - Sea/Air Freight Management Software

Shipment management in My Cargo Manager refers to the process of planning, executing, and tracking the movement of goods from the point of origin to the point of destination. Effective shipment management involves coordinating various activities such as transportation, documentation, customs clearance, and delivery to ensure that goods are delivered on time and in good condition.

Here are some key aspects of shipment management in logistics:

Transportation mode selection: The first step in shipment management is to select the appropriate mode of transportation based on the type of goods, the distance to be covered, and the delivery timeline. This may involve choosing between air, sea, or land transportation.


Carrier selection: Once the transportation mode is selected, the next step is to choose a carrier that can provide the required services at a reasonable cost. This involves evaluating carriers based on their reliability, experience, capacity, and cost.


Documentation and customs clearance: Shipment management also involves preparing and verifying the necessary documentation for the transportation of goods, such as bills of lading, packing lists, and customs declarations. It is important to ensure that all documentation is accurate and complete to avoid delays and penalties at customs.


Tracking and monitoring: Shipment management involves continuous tracking and monitoring of the movement of goods from the point of origin to the point of destination. This can be done using various technologies such as GPS tracking, EDI, or RFID.


Delivery and reporting: Once the goods are delivered, shipment management also involves verifying the delivery and generating reports to track the performance of carriers and identify areas for improvement.