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3G Launches Pacejet Shipping Upgrade to Deliver Future-Proof Order Fulfillment

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New tools help shippers quickly deploy new carrier services, rapidly respond to
changing compliance needs, and continuously optimize cost and labor efficiency

COLUMBUS, OH―March 6, 2023―3G, the leader in transportation management and shipping software, announced the launch of 3G Pacejet Shipping 23.1, the company’s enterprise multi-carrier packing and shipping software that seamlessly connects to every part of the shipping ecosystem. The new capabilities in this first 3G Pacejet Shipping upgrade for 2023, help manufacturers, distributors, and retailers bolster agility for quick response to change, improve financial performance, and automate compliance measures so they can focus on customer service.

Staffing and technology for warehouse turnover and attrition


After a sharp increase in warehousing demand in 2021 that is only expected to continue, hiring and retaining employees is among the top priorities for warehouses. In addition to labor shortages, warehouses must contend with high turnover and as a result, reduced staff at times. Technology serves a role in supporting staff to not just achieve what they could with a full staff but to increase their work capacity with fewer employees and without added effort.

How to Avoid ASN Related Problems in Shipping


An ASN, or Advanced Shipping Notice, helps bring shipment visibility and operational efficiency to trading partners. Any issue with the ASN can create delays for both the trading partner and the shipper, making it an important aspect of the shipping process to handle accurately. Problems with ASNs may incur chargeback fees from the trading partner. Shippers should audit their workflows and processes to be sure this isn’t a source of errors and unnecessary fees.

4 Types of Errors to Avoid when Shipping Hazardous Material


Hazardous material is one of the most complex categories of shipping. There are numerous regulations to follow and penalties for any aspect that is not in compliance—including packaging, labeling, and documentation.

For companies that ship hazardous materials, which can range from lithium batteries and portable chargers to aerosols and paint, decreasing the number of errors caused by hazmat shipping is an opportunity to save time by adopting better workflows, avoiding double-checking and correcting mistakes, and save money by avoiding penalties.

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