ADS Logistics Expands Functionality of Its Logistics Management System, LoMaS

by Canadian Shipper

ADS Logistics, LLC (ADS) has expanded functionality of it logistics management system, LoMaS(R) with the recent addition of management tools for motor carriers.

The new functionality provides motor carriers the tools to automate their business process. Functionality includes customer master rate tables; dispatch; a billing system customizable to match the carrier’s business rules, as well as credit / debit and re-bill; truck rate database; driver settlements; Comdata interface; safety logs; tracking by driver, unit and trailer; trip lease, EDI, POD, and downloadable reports including margin, revenue, settlements and various performance reports.

LoMaS(R) is a logistics management technology solution providing the platform for all supply chain service providers (ocean vessel, barge, truck, rail, stevedore, warehouse and processing) to communicate critical information, says the company.

“With the addition of carrier management tools, LoMaS(R) continues to offer better, more far-reaching solutions and opens the market to transportation companies looking for operating solutions that are easily linked to their customers and the supply chain,” says Gordon Gustafson, chief commercial officer and vice president of the integrated solutions division for ADS.

LoMaS(R), with these most recent enhancements allows ADS to operate all its division on an integrated system, streamlining internal processes, effectively eliminating the need for separate warehousing, transportation and carrier management systems.

“Our customers look to ADS for more than just moving product from one point to another. They want economical and flexible solutions that reduce cost and increase efficiencies,” says Tom Eatinger, vice president and general manager of ADS’ transportation divisions Area Transportation and Western Intermodal. “With the carrier management tools now part of LoMaS(R) we are able to offer customers more service, including complete outsourcing of their truck operations to AREA,” he says.

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