Consultants from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, School of Management) joined with us to identify the factors that would yield the most significant improvements in operations and cost reduction, and also reveal untapped opportunities for incremental revenue.
Research included in-depth studies with 15 global carriers to better understand their needs, challenges and expectations for improving empty container management.
Output from the MIT study was used to develop and enhance MvFleet 2.0, now ready for use.
In this challenging environment, we know that maximizing asset productivity is essential. We are pleased to offer a 21stcentury tool for significantly improving container management.
CC&S is proud to serve the shipping industry and wishes to thank MIT and the participating global carriers for their invaluable contribution to these ongoing improvements for our customers.
For further details of the MIT study and more information on how to get back to being profitable, click here.