Posts Tagged “LTL”

What is CzarLite and How Does it Work?

So, what exactly is CzarLite, and why does your company need it? SMC³’s CzarLite® LTL base rate provides a neutral rating standard that allows LTL shippers and 3PLs to quickly and accurately evaluate shipping rates from multiple carriers. Simple, right? Not so much. Learn more about SMC³’s CzarLite base rate tool and how the solution can help with your business needs.

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Behind the scenes at SMC³ with Nate Fouch

Nate Fouch is the strategic account manager for SMC³. He recently took time out to discuss his new role, how he got started in the LTL industry, and what he thinks is key for maintaining a strong business relationship with customers. Get to know more about Nate in this behind the scenes interview.

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SMC³ Bid$ense Streamlines RFP Process and Reduces Costs for Global Healthcare Organization

For one global healthcare company seeking to avoid unexpected costs and shipping inefficiencies, while simultaneously unlocking the benefits of multiple countries and business units under one RFP, powerful automation proved to be the missing piece to the RFP puzzle. Let’s take a look at four reasons why automated LTL RFP processes, like SMC³ BidSense®, are equipped to help save the day.

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Countdown to Connections 2021

Connections 2021 is going virtual! It’s the same top-tier conference you trust to provide you with quantitative insights and supply chain best practices, featuring three days of timely, informative content from industry experts around the country. Here are a few things to know about the supply chain conference of the summer.

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Best Practices to Drive More Productive LTL RFP Negotiations

As a part of the SMC³ LTL203: LTL Carrier Pricing and Costing course, Ryan Poynter, SVP of LTL carrier relations and pricing at GlobalTranz, John Kruzan, director of client success at SMC³, and Dave Woodwyk, VP of pricing and yield management at USF Holland, joined students for a closer look at how both carriers and shippers can work together to drive more productive and efficient RFP processes.

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