Many economists predict the pending ELD mandate will cause a capacity crunch and create a positive freight pricing environment for carriers. But working with customers is more than rate negotiation. Developing lasting partnerships to reduce inefficiencies can improve productivity and profitability for both sides of the supply chain.
The time a truck sits at a customer facility could otherwise be spent on the road making money. Working with customers to reduce detention time is key to improve your asset's productivity and profitability.
Use business intelligence to analyze ways to improve customer profitability from all angles
Fleets who are being more aggressive with aero & fuel efficiency to attract green-minded shippers.
With capacity likely to shrink in the months after the ELD mandate takes effect, freight rates also should rise. Learn to get the most out of your freight contracts in the new year