—Pierre Pirard | Executive Vice President Product Innovation & Global Supply Chain, Elizabeth Arden
Custom transportation solutions for a global community.
The support of a dedicated team, with intuitive technology, that’s what Jaguar delivers.
Let us look at your logistics needs to find ways to move your freight more efficiently, more conveniently, with fewer soft costs and disruptions. Our team's elegant, high-value solutions are leading more and more world-class companies to make us their logistics partner of choice.
A dedicated team with a single point of contact will lead your account, manage your global shipments, and ensure your satisfaction. You'll know them, and they'll know your business very well. One contact, one number, one voice—you're covered.
Our proprietary TMS tools will push real-time, SKU-level transparency out to your front-line colleagues. They'll receive reports with more actionable information, which will free you to focus on priority tasks. "Where's my item?" "How much did we spend?" "How long did it take?" CyberChain™ knows.
Founded in 1993 in New York and London, our roots are in logistics. As we've grown with our customers, we’ve developed state-of-the-art technology expertise that transforms logistics and shipping services into world-class supply chain solutions. Clear supply chain leadership, expertly coordinated around the globe, backed by an exceptional degree of customer care. That’s what Jaguar delivers.
Jaguar's continual innovation and thought leadership feature regularly in trade and mainstream press articles archived in the Jaguar Newsroom. Press entities from CNBC to Logistics Today come to Jaguar for commentary on topics ranging from the latest in logistics planning to new IT solutions that help optimize efficiency. Their stories reflect our unique approach and progressive outlook.
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