As they say, necessity is the mother of invention. While the pandemic has created major congestion in the supply chain, this friction has forced shippers to be creative and seek out new technology solutions to keep business moving.
By using technology solutions to tighten up supply chain management and fleet safety, shippers have addressed immediate concerns while paving lucrative new paths forward.
Read on to learn how shippers are using freight technology to eliminate friction and get a bigger piece of the pie.
1. Choose the Right Supply Chain Management Solution
A strong supply chain requires businesses that continuously evolve and adopt new processes. And that means getting equipped with the right set of tools and knowing the options that provide frictionless operations.
Many hardware and software providers have recently been increasing their development of new tech solutions for the supply chain. This new technology aims to assist the fearless frontline freight professionals of America, with focus on safety and efficiency so shippers and carriers can stay both competitive and…
With flat-rate monthly pricing and unlimited, multi-channel document capture, Transflo’s new SaaS offering provides more flexibility for drivers, saving them time and increasing retention and operational efficiency for fleets.
Transflo introduces a simplified pricing model for its multi-channel document capture and workflow suite, helping fleets with predictable monthly pricing and an improved driver experience.
With the new subscription-based software as a service model, fleets have greater control over their monthly costs, and drivers have access to unlimited document scanning in the mode they choose — at truck stops, in truck cabs, or via the Transflo Mobile+ app. Transflo is the only provider in the market to offer unlimited, multi-channel document scanning today…
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More Americans are getting out of the house this Memorial Day holiday weekend and taking to the road.
From May 27 through May 31, more than 37 million people are expected to travel 50 miles or more from home, up 60% from last year, according to AAA Travel.
Whether you’re a motor carrier, freight broker or shipper, it’s a good time to remind fellow drivers about how to share the road with heavy trucks.
The American Trucking Associations does just that through its Share the Road program, offering advice from an elite team of professional truck drivers to help car drivers and other motorists operate safely around large vehicles. Some top tips: