Case Studies

Nippon Express USA Solutions - Case Studies

Corporations today operate around the globe, and Nippon Express USA plays a positive role in helping modern businesses benefit from the strategic advantages that third-party logistics makes possible. Select a case study below to see how Nippon Express’ supply-chain management solutions help clients in any industry realize cost efficiencies and better productivity.

Aerospace Manufacturer Perfects International Journey

“…a seamless, single-point-of-contact solution to better manage the process from Point A to Point B…”

New Auto Supplier Integrated Without Crashing Production

Nippon Express devised a logistics plan…helping the automotive manufacturer avoid an estimated $43,200,000 loss per day

Confection Packing Solution Translates to Sweet Savings

“The shipper realized an approximate 75 percent cost reduction…with no reported claims or loss of product.”

Logistics Helps Mining Firm Move Mountains

“The 85-ton mining equipment could be anywhere on one of 12 different mountains…”

Cold Chain Solution Saves Cold Hard Cash

“To alleviate delays provided by new screening requirements Nippon Express is approved as a Certified Cargo Screening Facility (CCSF).”

Plastics Packing Ends Damage & Delays

“The new S.A.F.E. Pack service provided content security, advanced packing design, flexible sizing, and cost reduction…”

Critical Aerospace Logistics Management

“developer of highly sensitive aircraft parts was seeking a reliable organization to manage the importation and cross-border delivery of their product”

Nippon Express Helps Rice Supplier Stabilize Shipping Costs

“Nippon Express was able to secure a temporary [general rate increase] waiver for the rice supplier, translating to as much as a 50 percent mitigation…”

Capital Equipment Special Projects

“As part of Nippon Express Special Project services, transporting Capital Equipment on dedicated Charter flights is in part of our core background. We successfully managed the supply chain operation in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. “