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Simplifying Freight Audit and Payment: A Complete Guide
Freight audit and payment is a process companies use to monitor and manage their transportation costs. This process includes reviewing freight invoices to track costs, verify their acc...
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Bill of Lading: Essential Guide for Every Shipper
A bill of lading (BOL) is a key document in shipping that serves as a receipt, contract, and title for goods during transport. It ensures goods are correctly shipped and received, offering legal pro...
What Is A Parcel Audit? A Guide On Lowering Shipping Spend
A parcel audit is the process of reviewing parcel invoices for billing errors or other mistakes that cost your business money. The goal of parcel audits is to recover excess spending and ensure the co...
Parcel Spend Management
How to Cut Shipping Costs with Parcel Spend Management
Parcel spend management is the process of analyzing and optimizing your shipping costs to reduce parcel delivery expenses. It involves negotiating favorable rates and services from shippers,...
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Managing Accessorial Charges: How to Spend Less On Shipping
  Accessorial charges are additional fees applied by freight carriers for services beyond standard shipping, like packing, unloading, and parcel storage. These charges cover the additional tim...
The Critical Role of Supply Chain Visibility in Modern Business
Supply chain visibility isn't just a buzzword; it's the key to successful logistics operations in today's unpredictable world. And yet only 24% of C-Suite executives report having true end-to-end vi...
Parcel vs. Freight: The Differences and the Best Shipping Options for You
  Parcel Shipping is ideal for lightweight shipments under 150 pounds, offering simpler handling. Freight Shipping is suited for heavier, bulkier items requiring more complex logistics. It in...
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