Tekin Transport GmbH - since 1983

Pre-carriage and post-carriage logistics

Tekin Transport


Deliver products to your customer on time and in perfect condition

Pre-collection and catch-up logistics are crucial components in a company’s supply chain management strategy.

The pre-haul logistics involves the movement of goods from the supplier to the warehouse, while the catch-up logistics involves the movement of goods from the warehouse to the end user. It is important to manage both aspects effectively to increase efficiency and reduce costs. Implementing innovative technologies can help improve logistics processes and provide accurate tracking information.

By optimizing pre- and catch-up logistics, your company can ensure that your products reach customers on time and in perfect condition.

Pre-haul logistics and its challenges


    • Pre-haulage logistics is a critical aspect of any supply chain and presents numerous challenges.

      These challenges include requirements for accuracy and speed, the necessity for efficient resource utilization, and compliance with safety standards. In addition, unforeseeable events such as weather conditions or technical failures can significantly affect pre-haulage logistics. Due to these challenges, it is important for organizations engaged in pre-haulage logistics to develop robust and flexible strategies to address them. This can be achieved through the use of modern technologies, improving process efficiency, and training staff.


Catch-up logistics and its challenges


    • Catch-up logistics presents companies with many challenges. These range from efficiently organizing inventory and supply chains to optimizing shipping processes. It is essential to plan and use the necessary resources precisely.

      Furthermore, digitization plays a central role. Innovative technologies can help optimize processes and reduce costs. It is also essential to respond flexibly to changing market conditions and adapt logistics strategy.

      Ultimately, catch-up logistics aims to ensure the smooth running of business processes and increase customer satisfaction. This requires constant monitoring and adaptation of logistics processes.

      Anticipatory and catch-up logistics are two important aspects of supply chain management.