Maximize Your LTL Driver Adherence with Real-time Feedback
Thursday, May 4, 2017 | 2pm ET
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Thursday, May 4, 2017 2:00PM
Michael Levans, Group Editorial Director, Supply Chain Group, Peerless Media LLC
Peter Shin, Business Unit Director of Logistics North America, Quintiq
Marcus Anderson, Solution Architect, Quintiq
The future of the Less-Than-Load shipping industry is full of potential, both in terms of growth and problems. Trucking companies have no shortage of challenges in their way, including regulations, driver shortages and rising transportation rates.
How can LTL carriers best adapt to the rapidly evolving landscape, and secure a position of competitive strength? Join us to find out.
During this webinar Quintiq's Peter Shin, Business Unit Director of Logistics North America and Marcus Anderson, Solution Architect will discuss:
- Managing city pickup and delivery, as well as driver tracking with an optimized planning solution
- How to use optimization despite incomplete information
- The benefits of real-time knowledge in preventing problems before they happen
- How to achieve driver adherence based on data rather than assumptions
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