by FreightPrint


Most logistics professionals would agree that efficiency in logistics is largely dependent on your ability to plan. A typical load planning involves getting order information from paper to email, from email to software, from one software to another software, then back to email and finally back to paper. These processes are sometimes repeated multiple times throughout the supply chain.

Imagine having a load planner, where you can plan the entire process in a few clicks. The key to any planning is to keep it simple, and avoid any redundant steps. Of course nothing is simple in logistics, because there are many moving parts to it. What if you could collaborate with other parties, whether they are in your own company, or a third party provider? How does it sound to give 3PLs access to information you want them to see and provide data you need from them? Think of all the time and resources you could save.

FreightPrint’s intuitive load planner achieves the goal of planning your logistics process without complicating it. You can automate your dispatching, enhance communication, facilitate carrier load matching, collaborate with accounting, provide track and trace, receive and send automated status updates for you and others, all without manually doing anything on your part.

Our customers have been moving thousands of loads by keeping everyone involved in the process happy.


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