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Control Transportation Costs With Collaboration - FREE White Paper


May 13, 2014

Trucking networks are complicated matrixes of equipment, driver availability and capacity all layered by service requirements and costs.

While carriers may pass on some of these costs to customers, the marketplace will simply not allow double digit growth. The key to controlling carrier costs and shippers’ trucking rates is increasing the collaboration between the shipper and carrier.

Here are six steps shippers each take toward improved collaboration with their carriers to control their surface transportation costs. Download the complimentary white paper now.


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