Truckload RFPs: Strategies to secure capacity, reduce costs and increase service levels

truckload rfps

Supply chain leaders continue the battle to find and secure capacity, lower freight spend, and increase service levels, as well as apply freight forecasting to achieve the same goals. Carriers are doing the equivalent, looking at possible shipper and broker relationships. Meanwhile, brokers are playing both sides of the field and looking for the best connections to add capacity and meet the rising demands of truckload shipments in the age of e-commerce and digital management.

Companies need a better approach, and this white paper explores the following aspects of how freight data can empower truckload RFPs:

  • The driving forces of supply chain strategic repositioning and increased truckload RFP activity.
  • Why freight forecasting data proves invaluable in increasing resource availability.
  • How to apply freight data to improve truckload RFPs.

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What's the SONAR ROI?

By increasing the number of loaded miles per day your drivers drive by 1% and your rate per mile by $0.03 you will make more per week #WithSONAR.

#WithSONAR you can save up to per week through better bid negotiations and more effective management of your routing guide.

#WithSonar you can add 1 more load per person each day and increase $5 margin per load, earning your company an extra per week.

Disclaimer: Every company’s circumstances are unique. Fixed and variable expenses, market conditions and operational factors vary. Unforeseen events may also affect results. Calculated potential results reflect the consensus expectation of FreightWaves’ experts. Actual results may vary.

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