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Utilizing Claims Data to Save Money


When most logistics managers think of cargo claims, they think of the money they can recover from the carrier who was liable for damaging or losing their cargo. And while the most obvious reason to have a cargo claims program is to recover money for the loss or damage, ECIB takes it a step further. ECIB’s Claims Management programs not only increase monetary carrier recoveries, they also provide valuable tracked data that highlights actionable improvement opportunities throughout the supply chain.

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