Posts Tagged “truckload”
Authored by SMC³ on February 17, 2020
Hackbarth Delivery Service, a certified woman-owned corporation and SmartWay partner, has been steadily growing since its humble beginnings in Mobile, Alabama, in 1975. In the ensuing 44 years, Hackbarth expanded to 44 locations, now boasting more than 750 drivers and 200 employees. Kelly Picard, Hackbarth’s CEO, recently spoke with SMC³ to discuss current challenges in the marketplace and how the company uses technology to solve these issues.
Leonard’s Express uses this simple tool to uncover truckload pricing problems in the supply chain arena
Authored by SMC³ on July 25, 2019
Leonard’s Express began life with a single truck. Four decades later, the truckload operator has grown into a company with 450 trucks and 500 drivers moving freight across the nation. The carrier is an active user of SMC³’s Cost Intelligence System tool. Christopher DeMillo recently spoke with SMC³ about how he uses that tool to increase its profitability and how he sees the current supply chain landscape.
Authored by SMC³ on July 11, 2019
Truckload and LTL carriers throughout the supply chain know that every load and shipment is unique. SMC³ took its cue from these carriers when creating the Cost Intelligence System, a tool that assists carriers throughout North America, allowing for increased operational productivity.
Authored by SMC³ on June 19, 2019
As the leaders in LTL rating, SMC³ is the provider of choice for LTL freight APIs and analytical transportation tools. To fit the various needs of its customer base, SMC³ offers both a Volume LTL API and a standalone Volume LTL Rater. Shippers and 3PLs utilize SMC³’s best-in-class rating solutions to optimize their transportation spend, saving time and money on their LTL shipments throughout North America.
Authored by SMC³ on November 27, 2018
JLL’s Walter Kemmsies is an expert in global trade and economic trends. During the Jump Start 2019 supply chain conference, he is slated to talk with the audience about the evolution of NAFTA and the overall state of the international economy. To prepare for his panel, SMC³ caught up with Kemmsies to discuss globalization and the domestic logistics industry.
Authored by SMC³ on November 6, 2018
Jeff Heller, vice president of intermodal and automotive at Norfolk Southern, is one of the speakers for the Jump Start 2019 supply chain conference, which will take place January 28-30 in Atlanta. He recently spoke with SMC³ about the impact the tight trucking capacity market is having on the intermodal industry.