Small package processing is a specialized service due to the intricacies of the invoicing and audit. With over 10 years of experience in discovering and understanding the ins and outs of small package processing, Intune Logistics provides you with the extended processing systems to handle all of the scenarios of small package processing in order to maximize the savings and information available to our clients. Learn more about our small package service from successful stories.
Freight Audit & Payment
Small Package Audit & Recovery
A chart of accounts and rules are maintained in order to properly allocate costs on each invoice. Our accounting application and allocation is very flexible to meet client requirements.
Intune Logistics provides domestic and international freight pre-audit services for all modes of transportation. This includes data capture, validation, auditing, and approvals. What are freight invoices and what are types of invoices?
We also provide freight payment options. Compare carrier payment options.
Bill of Lading Validation
Intune can link freight invoices to electronic bill of lading data provided by the client. An online BOL entry and management system is available.
Intune Logistics makes every effort to help you avoid unnecessary freight costs that may have never been noticed before. How does Intune Logistics help you to avoid cost?
Cost Avoidance Reportinggg
Intune is able to assist the client in estimating freight cost for shipments that have been made but for which have not yet been invoiced and/or paid at that point in time.
We have proven expertise in negotiating shipping agreements and in-depth knowledge of carrier’s complex pricing models to help you make informed decisions for your shipping patterns.
Impact Analysis / Benchmarking
Intune can utilize historical freight bill data and current pricing information to perform 'What if' scenarios to assist the client with logistic decisions. Common requests include analyzing if it makes sense to switch carriers or to move a distribution center. Typically, impact studies utilize a year or more of historical data.