Archive for the “LTL” Category
Cost Analysis—Dealing with the LTL Cube
Authored by SMC³ on March 21, 2023
It’s rare that a carrier hauling LTL shipments between freight terminals (linehaul) closes the trailer because it has reached maximum weight. With SMC³’s Cost Intelligence Systems, carriers will have the ability to determine true shipment level profitability that can be rolled up to any level to analyze existing or prospective freight and efficiently develop cost-based rates.
Welcome to LTL Online Supply Chain Education with SMC³
Authored by Joe Tillman on March 7, 2023
Joe Tillman, Manager of Education Programs at SMC³, created the Supply Chain Education series to educate leaders on how to develop and promote emerging LTL professionals.
IL2000 Streamlines its Bid Process with SMC³ Bid$ense® Procurement Tool
Authored by SMC³ on December 13, 2022
Like many large third-party logistics providers for shippers and carriers, Integrated Logistics 2000 (IL2000) found itself at a crossroads managing its bid process. IL2000 selected SMC³ Bid$ense® to improve its bidding process.
Newell Brands and J.B. Hunt Expedite LTL Analysis with SMC³’s BatchMark® XL
Authored by SMC³ on December 6, 2022
Both Newell Brands and J.B. Hunt were looking for ways to expedite less-than-truckload (LTL) analysis of rates and bids. Both companies selected the powerful SMC³ BatchMark® XL LTL rapid rating tool to drive greater efficiency in LTL bids and analytics.
Ending on a High Note: Expert Panels Share Key Trends That Will Create Path to LTL Growth Amid Ongoing Disruptions
Authored by SMC³ on July 26, 2022
The final day of the SMC³ Connections 2022 supply chain event may have been short, but the sessions packed in some deep insights and confident projections on the LTL landscape.
The Present and Future of Technology for the LTL Industry—and Insight Into the Current Regulatory Landscape
Authored by SMC³ on July 19, 2022
Day two of the SMC³ Connections 2022 supply chain event offered a glimpse into SMC³’s exciting product roadmap for the LTL industry, with Worldwide Express CEO Tom Madine delivering the morning’s keynote address.