Graansloot Kampen live with 3PL Dynamics

Graansloot Kampen

Graansloot Kampen live with 3PL Dynamics

Graansloot Kampen is a logistics service provider with a specialization in bulk cargo shipments. The company stores products in silos or storage boxes in batches from 100 to 20,000 tons. Graansloot Kampen is conveniently located for supplying and discharging products to large waterways (IJssel) and next to the main highways.

Bert Weever, General Director at Graansloot Kampen: “3PL Dynamics is not only for us an important tool in the logistics process but also for our customers. Thanks to this system, all our stocks are up-to-date and directly visible to our customers through the web portal. But more importantly, because of this investment in 3PL Dynamics, our business process has been extensively optimized reducing the chance of failures to a minimum.”

3PL Dynamics WMS & Finance

3PL Dynamics supports all the warehouse processes of Graansloot Kampen. Such as goods in, goods out, storage, and transhipments. The processes are fully supported with RF scanners. The loading and unloading of ships can largely be handled without intervention by the office because the weigh bridges are also operated with RF scanners.

Graansloot can run the entire financial administration with the Finance module of Dynamics NAV. Making the process of invoicing quick and easy. The extensive reporting capabilities provide insight into the financial situation at any moment. Through the use of the web portal, customers of Graansloot gain immediate insight into invoicing, paid weight, and a real-time status update of their inventory.

Weight integration

For Graansloot, weighing the bulk goods is an important part of the logistics process. Thanks to an interface of the WMS system with the weigh bridges, it is possible to write weighed values directly into 3PL Dynamics. This keeps the chain of qualified weighings intact. With the integrated weighing screen in 3PL Dynamics, warehouse employees can easily register entries or results.

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Daphne Tollenaar

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