Retailers Deploy Inxeption Technology to Ease Supply Chain Complexity


Industrial commerce and supply chain digitization provider Inxeption has partnered with rug and bedding retailer Dahdoul Textiles to digitize the merchant’s supply chain and freight management processes.

Using Inxeption’s Industrial Commerce SuperApp, Dahdoul Textiles books, tracks and manages truckload, less than truckload (LTL) and parcel freight transportation services, according to a Wednesday (Aug. 24) press release.

“Inxeption is focused on removing the complexity from freight transportation by truly democratizing supply chain technology,” Inxeption Chief Commercial Officer Josh Allen said in the release.

The company helped the retailer expand its truckload and LTL carrier base, find truckload capacity, develop alternative routes for shipments and solve other supply chain issues — services that are especially important in today’s constantly shifting domestic freight transportation landscape — Dahdoul Textiles Chief Financial Officer Ali Dahdoul said in the release.

“Customers like Dahdoul rely on Inxeption to streamline their shipping processes and expand their transportation options, thanks to an expansive network of reliable carriers,” Allen said in the release.

Beyond booking freight, Inxeption helps users with other aspects of coordination and delivery, including acquiring raw materials, shipping manufactured products and collecting final payments, according to the release.

Within its centralized dashboard, Inxeption offers users access to applications in logistics and supply chain, FinTech and digital, and search and marketplace, the release stated.

During the supply chain crisis, companies have found knowledge is key, so they’re looking for data that will help them be more attuned to what’s going on in the market, Allen told PYMNTS in a May interview.

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By being better informed, Allen said, they can make better buying decisions and prepare the capacity they need to keep their products moving.

“There’s a lot of ways to consume that data, but they’re looking for knowledge, they’re looking for transparency and they’re looking for solutions,” Allen said.

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