NO-COST Freight Savings Analysis
25 Apr

Part 3: What Type of 3PL Fits Your Needs?

Due to the many variations of 3PLs that fall in between the two main categories of Asset Based and Non Asset based 3PLs, shippers sometimes...

18 Apr

Part 2: Why Use a 3PL Provider at All?

Along with thought leadership and strategic advice, 3PLs offer companies unique resources and capabilities that can give them an edge over their...
11 Apr

Part 1: Defining 3PL & The Primary Differences

Third-party logistics (3PL) is a term that’s used very broadly to define a range of different outsourced logistics solutions.  In this first post...

04 Apr

3 Tools Everyone In The Freight/Shipping Industry Should Be Using

Carrier & 3PL Websites

From rate quotes to document images and everything else in between, shippers today have access to 3PL and carrier websites...

28 Mar

Two Simple Ways to Improve Your Freight Management

There are numerous methods by which companies can improve their freight management. A few of them are sometimes perceived as too costly to engage,...

21 Mar

3 Quick Tips About Freight Management

When it comes to freight management, shippers should always be conscious of the fact that 1.) accurate data is important, 2.) hard dollar costs...

14 Mar

Benefits of Integrating E-Commerce With Logistics

No matter the industry, the pressure on businesses to cut and keep costs low remains constant. There are numerous benefits associated with...

07 Mar

5 Common LTL Myths Debunked

Like any other industry, the transportation industry struggles against a tide of misinformation. The LTL (Less-Than-Truckload) industry is...
17 Jan

Noted and Accepted Damage

For noted damage claims where an item was accepted but noted as having damage, call and/or email the carrier with notification that you’ll be...

03 Jan

Volume LTL Shipments vs. Full Truckload

For most carriers, shipments begin to meet the cubic capacity limits around 750 cubic feet, which is roughly around 7 pallets and/or 6,000 lbs....