Complex supply chains. Dynamic markets. Tight margins. Demanding customers. Critical deadlines.
Dairy.com Scheduling provides insight and control for a tricky, immensely important process.
By connecting production facilities, trading partners, and haulers through the secure, web-based Dairy.com platform, procurement and marketing teams can optimize, communicate and make adjustments in real-time.
Dairy.com supports the following commodities for scheduling:
- Buttermilk (fluid, dry)
- Condensed Skim
- Nonfat Dry Milk
- Whey (fluid, dry)
- WPC (fluid, dry)
Dairy.com Scheduling puts you back in control, providing true visibility and collaboration across your supply chain.
Easy to Use
Everything you need to optimize schedules and manage procurement is at your fingertips in a user-friendly environment.
Automatic Schedule Updates
Schedule changes instantly trigger emails or faxes to all involved parties, updating their schedules.
Robust Security Features
Access rules ensure that each plant, trading partner, and hauler sees only the loads they are supposed to see.
Assign multiple loads in seconds, instantly notifying plants and trading partners of your decisions and alerting your haulers with pick-up and delivery times.
Automated Hauler Communications
Haulers confirm loads and negotiate pick-up and delivery times on-line, giving you real-time load status that is completely integrated within your scheduling view.
Improved Operational Control
Rise above the daily tasks involved with routine scheduling and make your company’s supply chain more responsive, more efficient, and more profitable.
Integrated with Dairy.com's Trading, Transportation
Seamlessly move excess supply or unfilled demand to the Dairy.com Spot Market. Quickly pursue trading opportunities or weigh the economic benefits of scheduling a load internally against available external posts.
Streamline Routine Procedures
“Auto-post” logic instantly finds the correct contract carrier for each load, alerts them to pick-up and delivery times, and updates your schedule with their load-acceptance status.