Reduce On-Hand Inventory
with Automotive Logistics Packaging Services
Automotive parts packaging can be a hassle. Often times, there is too much on-hand inventory taking up space in crates, containers, and pallets and costing you money.
BR Williams can help you reduce the amount of inventory in storage by waiting until an order is received before customizing it for a specific customer. In turn, this also:
- Frees up space
- Reduces labor costs
- Minimizes freight damage
It requires a good deal of space for the actual packaging process, as well as the storage of the boxes, crates, and other packaging materials needed. Our automotive logistics packaging services will streamline your fulfillment process.How We Streamline Packaging »
Streamline Your Auto Parts Packaging Process
Many times, auto parts packaging is not part of the manufacture’s core business. Because of this, we offer to package the spare parts for you. You can send us bumpers, engine blocks, camshafts, or other vehicle parts in racks and we’ll take them out, package them individually, and then ship them for you. Here’s how the process works:
Auto Parts Logistic Packaging Services in Alabama
You no longer have to worry about the labor, equipment, time, space, or fine details. We handle them.
BR Williams saves our customers, both car manufacturers and auto parts suppliers, time and money. We help them streamline their supply chain (a one-stop shop) so they can focus on what they do best — making cars, or the parts that go on cars.
With over 20 years’ experience in the automotive logistics industry, we can customize and provide a step-by-step car parts packaging and shipping process for each stage of the supplier or OEM automotive process.
- Automotive Sorting, Break Bulk & Inspections
- Automotive Packaging & Repackaging
- Automotive Kitting & Sub-Assembly
- Automotive Sequencing
- Automotive Shipping (Trucking)
Currently, BR Williams partners with several Fortune 500 automotive manufacturers. We’re located in the prime location in the Southeast.
Find out how BR Williams can help you streamline your process today…Request Quote »
Automotive Logistics Case Studies
As Director of Logistics for a tier 1 supplier, logistics issues are normal daily events, but when a container of new machinery arriving at the Port of Mobile was accidentally dumped on the terminal yard, a whole set of unfamiliar problems arrived on my desk. Although I wasn’t an existing customer, the team at BR Williams treated our organization like we may well have been their only customer! With white-glove attention to detail,
Tier 1 Automotive Supplier,
Federal Mogul started using BR Williams Trucking services when our Jacksonville plant opened in 1975. When they breached into warehousing in 1994, we became a customer because of their integrity and dependability. I have worked with many logistics companies and I can say that I experience nothing but SUPERIOR SERVICE from the entire team at BR Williams
Mickle, Partner since 1971, Federal Mogul
FAQs About Automotive Logistics
- Does BR Williams offer overnight or same-day shipping?
Yes. BR Williams offers expediated shipping.
- Do you offer any cargo liability insurance?
BR Williams has $500,000 cargo liability as well as a Contingent Cargo policy. We are also able to procure high cargo value insurance riders for any amount at rates lower than many of our competitors.
- Do you ship heavy or oversized loads?
Yes, through our logistics division.
- How does BR Williams track inventory?
We can use your inventory tracking system or our WMS (Synapse) to track inventory. We are skilled in PLEX (or similar (software).
- Can you customize your process to meet my individual needs?
Yes, we provide a step by step process that is formatted just for you.
- Does BR Williams offer an easy billing process?
Yes, if you use all three of our services to help manage your inventory you will receive only one bill making it easier for your accounts payable department.
We’re Close to Auto Plants in the Southeast
BR Williams Locations Near Automotive Factories in the South
States with Automotive Manufacturing or Assembly Plants in the Southeastern USA:
Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, Arkansas, Kentucky, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and Missouri.