Posts Tagged “shippers”
Where LTL dock operations can improve shipper/carrier relations
Authored by SMC³ on April 26, 2022
As part of the recent SMC³ LTL online education exclusive hybrid session, industry experts discussed the basics of dock operations and how they’ve changed as technology has advanced.
Educational Workshop: Removing Complexity from the Modern LTL Bid Process
Authored by SMC³ on December 8, 2021
The changes over the last few years, including the COVID-19 pandemic, have added new layers of complexity to the RFP process for LTL shippers and carriers. The SMC³ educational workshop on Removing Complexity from the LTL Bid Process recently tackled some of these layers directly with help from logistics experts around the industry.
How technology and relationship-building are helping carriers navigate the volatile LTL space
Authored by SMC³ on November 30, 2021
As part of the recent SMC³ LTL205 interactive educational session, industry experts discussed the forces changing the shipper/carrier relationship and how both sides can proactively prepare for the future.
Education Workshop: Digital Transformation
Authored by SMC³ on November 9, 2021
A recent SMC³ educational workshop covered the inherent value of data and how transportation companies can harness it to drive their digital transformation. Here’s how shippers, carriers, and 3PLs can move toward the data-driven future.
Three Bidding Strategies to Maximize Performance in a Tight Capacity Market
Authored by SMC³ on September 28, 2021
In order to build out best-in-class bidding strategies, both supply and demand side organizations need to invest in the right set of bidding and procurement tools to set them up for long-term success. Using tools like SMC³’s BidSense® enables shippers to engage a broad range of carriers, helping to gauge the offers of existing carriers against other providers to find the best deal amid a rapidly changing market rate.
The Anatomy of a Transportation Contract: Part 2
Authored by SMC³ on September 8, 2021
Common understanding is the real measure of any good transportation contract. Every paragraph, every line, and every word should be chosen in a way that reduces confusion. In this follow-up session, Rocky Rogers and Rob Moseley of Moseley Marcinak Law Group picked up the thread by outlining a handful of additional “must-have” elements from the model agreement and what purpose they serve in an ideal contract.