Join HDT as we dig a little deeper into how motor carriers, shippers, brokers, and the logistics industry are harnessing data, technology, and new practices to operate more efficiently and profitably — and keep shippers and drivers happy.
Trucking and logistics are undergoing a transformative revolution in how freight gets from Point A to Point B. Companies are using data, telematics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning to move freight faster, more efficiently, and with better visibility all around. Lines are blurring between truckload, less-than-truckload, regional, last-mile, brokers and third-party logistics. We're seeing the digitization and automation of everything from load-matching to communication with shippers to determining which lanes are and aren't profitable.
In this HDT series:
- Titan Freight Systems, PGT Trucking, and Paper Transport share insights into how fleets can make routes more predictable and get drivers home more often.
- Rollzi's Damien Hutchins shares his story of creating a new operating model, single-lane relays. Relays aren't new, but Rollzi has taken the concept in a fresh direction.
- Learn how the convergence of motor carriers, brokers, and third-party logistics providers expands logistics options, with technology integration enhancing efficiency, transparency, and flexibility.
- Finding a truck can take a freight broker more time than it does to locate a new customer. Hear from Ed Stockman, CEO at startup Newtrul, as he explains the advantages and challenges.
- Loadsmith founder Brett Suma shares how his company creates value by automating the middle mile, improving asset utilization and driver satisfaction through technology.
- Learn how less-than-truckload carriers are proactively navigating market changes, positioning themselves for success in a technology-driven logistics landscape.
Explore 'How Freight Movement is Changing' in this HDT series: