September 24 2015 - Products
Crux Systems released an app that provides truck drivers, marine terminals and freight brokers with insight into delivery order status, container availability, routes and processing.
September 3 2015 - Products
Freight tracking technology provider FourKites has introduced FourKites CarrierLink, a free mobile app and tracking service for small to mid-size brokers.
September 2 2015 - Products
FetchDesk is a cloud-based freight posting solution designed to streamline communications between shippers, brokers and carriers.
August 6 2015 - Products
MacroPoint announced an integration with Revenova’s multi-modal transportation management system for shippers brokers and third-party logistics companies.
July 15 2015 - Products
ITS Canada announced an integration with asset-based lending solutions company BAM Worldwide to provide faster access to funds for freight transactions.
July 9 2015 - Products
Trucker Path has launched the public beta testing of its shipping marketplace platform called Trucker Path Truckloads.
May 21 2015 - Products
TQL has released Carrier Dashboard 4.1, a mobile app for truckers with speak-and-search technology designed to help drivers save time in finding freight on the road.
February 6 2015 - Products
Apex is launching a free load board at NextLOAD.com which will become available to the public on March 26. The website features custom filters, alerts and is designed to be used on any computer or smart phone.
December 5 2014 - Products
DAT Solutions is integrating the freight tracking technology designed by MacroPoint enabling users of DAT’s Keypoint TMS to track freight carried by third party drivers and for hire carriers.
March 26 2014 - Products
123Loadboard.com has launched a mobile trucking app for Apple iOS devices such as iPhone and iPad that's designed to help professional truckers locate truck loads in the U.S. and Canada.
January 21 2014 - Products
TruckersU.com has rolled out a new service designed for trucking companies with 40 or fewer power units to help them get on a shipper’s “approved carrier list.”