Damaged materials reduce saleable product by about one percent per year, reducing profits and damaging reputations. The indirect costs of damaged goods may be higher, rippling throughout the company in the form of lost opportunities and higher costs for reverse logistics.
Damage in transit can never be totally eliminated, but it can be minimized with a comprehensive program to identify and mitigate cargo risks during shipping. While monitoring and training are part of the solution, resolving the situation requires a comprehensive risk mitigation program that identifies the actual environment and then remedies specific challenges
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