Land Link Traffic Systems remains fully operational with our mobile command center. You can count on us to provide continued customer service throughout the isolation stage of this virus. We will update you as the situation develops. Thank you for your cooperation and support.
If your company is in need of a comprehensive logistics solution but lacks the internal resources necessary to execute effectively Land-Link can provide the answer. Assessment, analytics, recommendations, solutions design and deployment of best practices drives the process. A unique combination of daily operational support, logistics management, supply-chain consultation, and technologies are combined uniquely for the client in order to achieve specific organizational goals and objectives.
Land-Link can provide reasonably priced and dependable transportation of your materials and finished goods.
Land-Link can provide comprehensive solutions and operational support for your unique logistics requirements and most difficult of challenges.
Land-Link is able to offer its clients a large array of diversified services such as:
The logistics industry, transportation market place, and general economy are undergoing unprecedented and historic changes. Underlying market forces and the need to accommodate the ever increasing demands of your customer base are imposing additional strains on your company’s supply chain. What are your options? Find out through an initial assessment conducted by Land-Link.
Recently, I was at a Transportation conference where somebody asked a perfectly sensible question. He wanted to know why more companies aren't moving over to some form of Transportation Management System, especially since they represent such a great opportunity for savings. The answer seemed somewhat surprising to me. The consensus was that executive leadership in many organizations have a dated view of Transportation. Many still regard this increasingly strategic facet of their supply chain as little more than their Shipping Department. That, in a nutshell, explains why so many companies still overpay on their shipping costs. Read More