Posts Tagged “freight”
Authored by SMC³ on May 4, 2021
As a part of the SMC³ LTL203: LTL Carrier Pricing & Costing course, Averitt Express’ Chris Thacker and Estes Express’ Tad Blackburn joined attendees for a virtual seminar to answer questions and address many of the strategies shippers and carriers can use to prevent invoicing surprises from happening in their operations.
Authored by SMC³ on April 29, 2021
What is a freight bill audit, and why do I need one? Learn more about the main errors that make up invoicing mistakes and how SMC³’s BatchMark® XL can help ensure accurate freight billing.
FCDC Chairman and NMFTA Executive Director to offer insight into classification and the role of NMFTA at SMC³ supply chain hybrid online education course
Authored by SMC³ on April 14, 2021
During a special hybrid class from SMC³’s online education program – LTL203: LTL Carrier Pricing & Costing, Joel Ringer, chairman of the Freight Classification Development Council (FCDC) at the NMFTA, will provide an in-depth discussion on how the NMFTA plays a unique role in the classification of LTL freight. Ringer and his colleague Paul Levine, executive director at NMFTA, recently took the time to give insight into the association.
Authored by SMC³ on February 3, 2021
At SMC³, customer support is a key foundational support to the company’s decades long mission to provide unparalleled support to carriers, shippers, 3PLs and technology providers. The customer support team at SMC³ is committed to providing assistance that keeps customer needs at the forefront of every interaction. Phillip Simmons, a customer support specialist for SMC³, recently took time to discuss how his team maintains a great relationship with customers, and how his job has adapted to the coronavirus pandemic.
AWESOME leader discusses women in the transportation industry in a preview of Jump Start 2020 supply chain conference remarks
Authored by SMC³ on January 6, 2020
At the Jump Start 2020 supply chain conference, Heather Sheehan will discuss the increasing role of women in the freight transportation industry. As executive director of AWESOME, she knows a thing or two about advocating for female supply chain leaders. “Women have made progress in the supply chain field, but progress is slow, incremental and inconsistent,” she said. Sheehan recently took the time to talk about her advocacy role, providing a preview of her conference remarks.