England Logistics, Inc. has acquired TMS Technologies, LLC, in Alma, Michigan.
Through this acquisition, England Logistics has acquired a variety of logistics related technologies and tools including a web-based transportation management and supply chain visibility system, a parcel auditing solution and its proprietary, and a cutting edge Logistics Technology Framework on which it is building its next generation of logistics technology solutions.
“The acquisition of TMS Technologies’ tools and expertise is another step in our quest to constantly improve our clients’ ability to monitor, visualize, and manage their logistics spend” said Jim Monkmeyer, Managing Director of England Logistics’ Supply Chain Engineering business unit. “Our employees and the technology investments we’re making will ensure we continue to outpace our competition.”
Using cloud technology originally developed by Google, TMS Technologies offers shippers and logistics providers customized and cost-effective solutions tailored to their supply chain needs. These include custom ERP/CRM integration points, least cost route management, electronic freight tender, supply chain visibility, automated supply chain problem detection and isolation, service provider performance reporting, and detailed logistics analytics.
“Our reputation for quality customer service has been the hallmark of our offerings. Along with adherence to our mantra of ‘Relentless Innovation’, this places TMS Technologies on the forefront of TMS software development. Bringing the breadth and depth of England Logistics’ expertise together with the technology that TMS Technologies has created will move the bar upward for all logistics providers”, said David Brookhouse, CEO of TMS Technologies.
More info: www.englandlogistics.com
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