With Mojo Transportation Optimization you can:

  • Identify optimal mode, carrier, rate and route.
  • Leverage strategies including freight consolidation, mode shifting, zone skipping, cross docking, pooling, continuous moves, multi-pick, multi-drop shipments
  • Simultaneously optimize of inbound/outbound including backhauls and reduce deadheads
  • Optimize combination of private fleet and common carriers
  • Increase asset utilization of private fleet
  • Enable detailed modeling of private fleet including vehicles, domiciles, drivers, and driver schedules
  • Specify custom heuristics and influence optimization output using Mojo Script
  • Perform transformation and validation of input and output data and customization of the Mojo user interface with Mojo Script
  • Consolidate loads across business units and customers
  • Leverage as a sales tool to demonstrate optimization capability and win new business
  • Conduct What if Analysis to model transportation network with Mojo Futures
    • Create multiple alternative execution plans for evaluation
    • Evaluate carrier bids with actual shipment data
    • Model forecast information to determine capacity requirements
    • Identify network pool points and cross dock opportunities
  • Determine your carbon footprint and savings using Mojo’s CO2 calculator



Create Plans With Any Routing Option

  • Optimize multi-pick, multi-drop and continuous moves
  • Explore backhaul opportunities
  • Consider LTL consolidation
  • Create “Milk Run” style of routing
  • Utilize dynamic pooling options
    • Select if less expensive than direct
    • Force the load through a pool point
    • Use a pre-assigned pool location
    • Select the nearest to origin/destination
    • Select the “best” pool point
  • Parcel zone skipping
  • Optimize containers for ocean and air schedules

Parameter Driven Analysis considers:

  • All modes
    • (TL, LTL, rail, air, ocean, parcel, intermodal)
  • Air, ocean and rail schedules
  • Max-out-of-route and cluster strategies
  • Reverse stop constraints
  • Continuous move stop restrictions
  • Equipment constraints and driver duty limits
  • Pick-up & delivery windows
  • Hours of operation limits
  • Dock schedules and availability
  • Vehicle capacity and transit times
  • Average ground speed
  • Time to service stops
  • Vehicle loading method (i.e., reverse stop)
  • Pool point hold time
  • Fuel surcharge attributes

Quantify the Impact of Optimization Parameter Changes

  • Compare summary of result sets anywhere in the world
  • Compare detailed results from different parameters
  • Select the best result set for execution
  • Execute optimized results (tender, track, settle)

Use Real World Data to Create Real World Plans

  • Optimize using current contract rates and schedules
  • Pull current data and rates from the TMS
  • Determine actual costs using
    • Multiple accessorials
    • Live fuel index
    • LTL rates from SMC3
    • Real mileage determiners (e.g. PC*Miler, MileMaker)
    • Built-in international geocodes

View Detailed Results from Optimization Analysis

  • See a summary of savings from optimization
    • Show mileage, cost and CO2 differences
    • Show comparisons of multiple optimization runs
  • See a visual illustration of route plans
  • Receive a table of load descriptions
    • Expand to view the detail of picks and drops
  • Click to view detailed notes on optimization
    • Shows details used for analysis
    • Identifies constraints
  • View graphs illustrating results
    • Costs and savings
    • Load configurations
    • Event and pool point statistics
  • Save data and results in single file for future use

Run Simulations, Win New Business

  • Import external shipment and rate data
  • See optimized savings compared to actual costs
    • Prove ROI on objective data
    • View your optimized rates across modes vs. external rates
    • Determine optimal origins for improving service and reducing costs
  • Export results to a spreadsheet to share with others

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