Customers and suppliers in the supply chain logistics domain have very few avenues to get together and indulge in fruitful engagements. Marketplace aggregators like LCLXchange are one of these handfuls of avenues where customers can be exposed to a lot of freight forwarders and cargo carriers across air, ocean, and road transportation.
Customers can place specifications of their consignment to be transported and get competitive quotes from multiple suppliers. However, what if there is an outbound channel too available for the freight carriers and shipping companies to reach out to customers?
The rise of supply chain networking
The traditional aggregator services model was to have the freight forwarders come to the customers with their quotes. However, LCLXchange has taken this one step ahead. It has now opened up a new way for carriers to engage with potential customers. They can now get on the logistic network that works just like social media networking platforms.