Running a trucking company comes with challenges, including the ever-rising costs of doing business. When shippers take 30, 60, or even 90 days to pay their carriers, gaps in cash flow can lead to budget pressures, increasing debt, or even company closures.
The new year is right around the corner, and so are several new regulations that will impact truck drivers. Learn about the regulations that will affect trucking companies and capacity in early 2020.
While a strong domestic economy and political turmoil dominated the television news cycle, artificial intelligence, Blockchain, and two-day deliveries played a starring role in supply chain discussions in 2019. Learn what’s in store for the year ahead.
Market changes may continue to affect carrier pricing, but you can take better control of your transportation spend. Learn how to improve the shipping RFP process.
Trucking companies have struggled in 2019, primarily from pricing pressure on shipping rates. Salvation may come from technologies that reduce costs, mitigate risk, streamline operations, and differentiate small carriers from their larger, cash-flowing competition.
Can you imagine a world without truck drivers? Within days, stores would run out of food, hospitals would run out of medical supplies, ATMs would run out of cash, and the economy would begin to crumble. Many of us don’t often think about just how essential a truck driver’s work is to our daily lives.
2019 has been a tough year for the trucking industry. More than 2,500 truck drivers have lost their jobs in what some are calling a “bloodbath,” primarily affecting smaller companies and owner operators. Pricing pressure is largely to blame, but the underlying cause is less straightforward.
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E-commerce orders continue to grow year over year, which means retailers and their logistics partners must prioritize speedy, last mile fulfillment to compete with the biggest players.
LoadDelivered, the freight management division of Capstone Logistics, announced today its selection by Food Logistics Magazine as a 2019 Top Software & Technology Provider.
LoadDelivered, the freight management division of Capstone Logistics, today launched QuickPay+ to help alleviate the critical challenge of insufficient cash flow for their carrier partners.
LoadDelivered, the freight management division of Capstone Logistics, has been awarded an EcoVadis silver rating for corporate social responsibility (CSR).
LoadDelivered announced today that it was named to Inc. Magazine’s 2019 Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Private U.S. Companies as well as the Food Logistics list of Top 3PL & Cold Storage Providers.
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LoadDelivered announced today its inclusion on Food Logistics' Top Green Providers list for 2019. This is the second consecutive year the company has made the list.
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While carriers have long had options to get paid quicker than payment terms would guarantee by accepting a discount on invoices, freight broker LoadDelivered is testing whether drivers would trade early payment for providing visibility and capacity loyalty using QuickPay+.
Commercial Carrier Journal discusses the current carrier cash flow problem and how LoadDelivered’s new 1-day payment service, QuickPay+, is offering some relief in the form of free, next-day payments to carriers.
Armstrong and Associates’ presents their 2019 Top 100 Domestic Transportation Managers/Freight Brokers List .
Robert Nathan, co-founder of LoadDelivered and Chief Supply Chain Officer at Capstone Logistics, talked about logistics trends including real-time shipment visibility at the BluJay Solutions Soar conference.
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Freight brokers continue to be a major piece of the puzzle when it comes to keeping a truck loaded and running paid miles.