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Commercial Carrier Journal Interviews Manhattan about Manhattan Fuel&Route and how it Optimizes FleetsIn the News
Commercial Carrier Journal, January 30, 2014 by Aaron Huff - Software systems can consider a multitude of factors when designing optimal routes, instantly, for truck fleets. These so-called optimization systems integrate with transportation management (TMS), mileage and routing and in-cab navigation software, among other sources, to calculate routes instantly as conditions change. View Article
How to Become a Preferred ShipperIn the News
Logistics Viewpoints, December 3, 2013 by Mike Mulqueen - Logistics Viewpoints Publishes Exclusive Byline from Manhattan Senior Director Mike Mulqueen In an exclusive byline for Logistics Viewpoints, Manhattan Senior Director Mike Mulqueen explores strategies for the coming capacity shortage in, "How to Become a Preferred Shipper" View Article
Commercial Carrier Journal Toutes Manhattan Carrier, TransAm Trucking ImplementationIn the News
Commercial Carrier Journal, October 10, 2013 by Aaron Huff - TransAm Trucking uses optimization software to match the loads in its network with available equipment and drivers. The software, Driver&Load from Manhattan Associates, instantly analyzes a large dataset of load origins and destinations, transit times, empty miles, available driving hours and much more. View Article
United Stationers Utilizing Manhattan Associates to Secure Capacity NeedsIn the News
Transport Topics, August 31, 2013 by Daniel Bearth - Transport Topics interviews United Stationers about the use of Manhattan Carrier Management solutions, and how it's helped secure capacity needs. View Article
Dispatch Software Helps Turn Data, Strategies into ResultsIn the News
Commercial Carrier Journal, July 22, 2013 by Aaron Huff - Like many commercial and private fleets, the Celadon Group continues to move in new directions. The Indianapolis-based company recently adding refrigerated to its list of truckload and intermodal services thanks to last January’s acquisition of Warren, Ind.-based Rock Leasing. - See more at: http://www.ccjdigital.com/dispatch-software-helps-turn-data-strategies-into-results/#sthash.MnwzdFhM.dpuf View Article
Technology Brings Business Intelligence to the CabIn the News
Commercial Carrier Journal, June 28, 2013 by Aaron Huff - Gone are the days of limiting the information fleets can share between the office and remote systems. Because of the convergence of enterprise software, mobile systems and business analytics, the same high-powered information and analytics available to managers in the office also can be visible instantly to drivers viewing in-cab touchscreen displays. View Article
Takeaways from Shipper-Carrier Roundtable at Momentum 2013In the News
Logistics Viewpoints, June 12, 2013 by Adrian Gonzalez - What happens when you bring together a large group of shippers and carriers and put them in a conference room? At the Manhattan Associates Momentum 2013 conference last month, the answer was a great conversation about transportation trends, challenges, and opportunities. View Article
With Technology Celadon Quickly Gains Traction on IceIn the News
Commercial Carrier Journal, June 5, 2013 by Aaron Huff - The Celadon Group, like many commercial and private fleets today, continues to move in new directions. It recently added refrigerated to its menu of truckload and intermodal services. View Article
Big Data and fleets: Using data to save fuel, plan operationsIn the News
Commercial Carrier Journal, May 20, 2013 by Aaron Huff - The Washington based Gordon Trucking uses Manhattan’s Associates Carrier Management Solution, Profit Analyzer to make predictions on customer demand. “Our customer demand is not smooth,” says Steve Gordon, chief operating officer. “We are reacting to those increases and decreases in volume. It is important to us to position our assets in the right market at the right time.” The ability to predict freight patterns and volume is invaluable in the trucking business. Each accurate prediction saves the company money by filling trucks to maximize efficiency. Oklahoma... View Article
Shaping reality: Nav systems create, enforce plans to increase savings, serviceIn the News
Commercial Carrier Journal, March 18, 2013 by Aaron Huff - A lot of information must come together for freight to hit the receiving dock on time and on budget. Nothing ever goes entirely as planned, but this reality does not limit technology’s usefulness for routing optimization. Meeting customer service requirements while reducing costs might be impossible without it. View Article
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