How to Be a Preferred Shipping Customer
In the face of a capacity shortage, there are financial consequences for shippers that are not considered “preferred customers.”
You can protect yourself from any driver/capacity shortage by becoming a preferred shipper, a customer that carriers want to do business with. That requires building strategic relationships that benefit you, carriers and their drivers. Being a preferred shipper and developing a productive partnership with carriers is surprisingly simple and highly cost-effective. In this white paper from Manhattan Associates, learn six practical steps to becoming a preferred shipper.