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Standardization: The Heart of the Deal

The concept of ‘standardization’ across the supply chain has been an on-going hot topic, most recently with the announcement of the Scheduling Standards Consortium (SSC), spearheaded by Convoy, Uber Freight, and J.B. Hunt Transport, Inc last month.  With new players consistently entering the digital freight space, most with the goal to fix the ‘fractured’ supply …

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Everything spreadsheets do, we do a lot trucking better.

We spend a lot of time meeting with Carriers to understand how they operate and how we can serve them better. One of the biggest pain points across most small-to-medium Carriers (SMCs) is the lack of access to affordable, modern technology. Because of this, most SMCs heavily rely on “free” spreadsheet software like Microsoft Excel …

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Get rolling this Summer with Recommended Loads, Terminal Maps, and more!

We’ve spent the last few months working with our Carriers to develop several great mobile features that we guarantee will make moving container loads easier, just in time for Summer. Suggested by Carriers and built for Carriers, check out a couple of the newest features we released today and stay tuned for more coming soon! …

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Container Holds Management and Notifications for Shippers

Shippers, Ports, and Terminals are all working together to build transparency. However, we’re not at a point where the end-to-end solution exists (yet). To help our Shippers understand their risk of fees, we’re adding transparency to the container milestones our Shippers care about the most. As a part of our drive toward complete Drayage transparency, …

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Introducing Lane Preferences: An Easier Way for Carriers to Find, Book, and Save the Lanes They Love

Carriers often find themselves scrolling through load apps, passing over loads that either don’t fit their schedules, or in lanes they’re not interested in. It can be frustrating when there are dozens of available loads in an app, but few to none are in lanes the Carrier is actually want. This makes it very difficult …

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