Fixed Route Planning
Create Predetermined Routes to Establish Consistent Customer Service, Lower Costs, and Improve Driver Retention
Fixed routes (also called static or master routes) benefit distribution and services companies by providing efficiency and cost savings, consistent customer service, better balancing of work across drivers, and the basis to track deliveries in execution.
Fixed route planning enhances customer satisfaction, streamlines operations, and increases profitability and driver retention for companies with predefined visitation expectations.
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Fixed Route FAQs
What is a fixed (master) route?
Fixed routes, also known as master rouFixed routes, also known as master routes, adhere to fixed delivery schedules. These routes maintain the same sequence of stops across a period of time (e.g., every day), irrespective of variations in order mix and volume.
What are the benefits of fixed route planning?
The main benefit The main benefit of fixed route planning is the consistency and predictability it provides customers about their deliveries or services.