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Many of these organizations initially had no idea that their vendor relationships were so out of control and that implementing print vendor consolidation would be so beneficial.
Consolidation means shippers get to pay bulk rates, since they’re shipping cargo all at the same time instead of sending a lot of smaller shipments separately.
In general, consolidation is a fantastic option for shippers who only have a few pallets of product or smaller shipments they want to package and ship in one container.
For example, as already discussed, combining shipments means you can avoid sending multiple LCL shipments.
In addition to helping you save money by getting bulk rates, we’ve also talked about how combining orders means you can buy from separate suppliers or locations and get your products sent to a consolidation warehouse and shipped together at any time.Essentially, if you’re interested in reducing headaches and increasing your profitability, consolidation is right for you.Consolidation provides a lot of flexibility and options when you’re planning your upcoming shipments.By combining cargo, you’re also able to order from suppliers who wouldn’t normally sell minimum quantities internationally (like a Chinese manufacturer).For example, a supplier may have a minimum order quantity of 10,000 units when shipping internationally, but might allow an order of 100 units if shipping domestically.