P.O.Management Services Details

In freight forwarding, PO Management refers to the process of handling purchase orders (POs) for the dispatch of goods. It entails managing the logistics and transportation of the items to guarantee that they arrive on schedule and in the exact amount.

Freight forwarders play an important role in PO management because they collaborate with shippers, carriers, and other logistics providers to ensure that POs are fulfilled on time and efficiently. This involves arranging the flow of commodities, dealing with customs clearance and documentation, and dealing with any problems that may emerge throughout the transportation process.PO management is critical for firms that source raw materials, components, or completed items through foreign commerce. PO management that is effective may help organizations cut lead times, increase supply chain efficiency, and reduce transportation costs. It can also assist firms in maintaining precise inventory levels and avoiding stockouts. Tracking and tracing, order aggregation, and customs brokerage are all services provided by freight forwarders to help with PO management.

Freight forwarders must monitor the shipment's status and solve any difficulties that develop during the shipping process. This necessitates frequent contact with carriers, warehouse managers, and other stakeholders to ensure that the cargo is on track and that any issues are resolved as soon as possible.

  • Our services comprise of

    1. Decreased shipping costs 2. Better ability to meet production and delivery target dates 3. Advanced notifications on any Purchased Orders outside of shipment windows 4. Management of vendors for continuous improvement 5. Increased communication and less sourcing errors 6. Order consolidation and load planning



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Ariful Islam

Managing Director

CLL has been our trusted logistics partner for years. Their dedication to delivering on time and their ability to find cost-effective solutions are unparalleled. They've played a crucial role in our supply chain success.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Cosmos Logistics LTD is a freight forwarder or freight forwarding company used by businesses to arrange and handle the movement of domestic and international Air, Ocean, or Ground shipments from point of origin to point of destination, as well as, to assist importers and exporters to transport their commercial goods from one international location to another. Cosmos Logistics LTD ensures that goods arrive at the right location, on-time and on budget, by acting as an intermediary to ensure cooperation between the customer and all involved airlines and carriers. Core responsibilities are to identify the best routes, advise on various modes of transport, as well as, to negotiate freight rates with the airlines and carriers to move cargo economically, via the best shipment points.

The regulation clearly stipulates that the shipper is responsible, being further defined as the shipper noted on the Bill of Lading (B/L). Since this can also be the freight forwarder, clear agreements as to the responsibility should be made between the parties involved. In the case of a consolidation, only the consolidator, which is not the original shipper, is in the position to provide the final weight.

A Freight Forwarder insists on personal communication and great customer service. A good freight forwarding service can save the client untold time and potential headaches while providing reliable transportation of products at competitive rates. A freight forwarding service is an asset to almost any company dealing in international transportation of goods, and is especially helpful when in-house resources are not versed in international shipping procedures.

Dangerous goods are solids, liquids, or gases that are flammable, explosive, or toxic to people, other living organisms, property, or the environment. Manufacturers, shippers, and transporters MUST know what they are shipping and properly identify, classify, pack, mark, label, and document according to Transport all dangerous goods regulations.

Incoterms, short for ‘International Commercial Terms’, is a set of sales terms defined by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). They are widely used as a standard for international trade because they clarify the responsibilities between buyer and seller.