AuptiX offers instant quotes for partial truckloads

“Instant partial quoting is just the next step in our goal to fundamentally change the freight shipping industry with technology,” says founder Oren Zaslansky.

AuptiX offers instant quotes for partial truckloads

“Instant partial quoting is just the next step in our goal to fundamentally change the freight shipping industry with technology,” says founder Oren Zaslansky.

AuptiX offers instant quotes for partial truckloads

“Instant partial quoting is just the next step in our goal to fundamentally change the freight shipping industry with technology,” says founder Oren Zaslansky.

 
   Technology-based freight shipping provider AuptiX on Tuesday announced the launch of its instant partial quoting product to provide online freight quotes for partial truckload shipments in less than a minute.
   The standard industry wait time on a partial truckload shipment quote is between 20 minutes and an hour, according to AuptiX, which said its instant partial quoting makes it significantly easier for customers to quote and book partial freight shipments online. Shippers simply input the details of their partial shipments and quotes will be generated instantly with multiple pickup and transit time options.
   “Instant partial quoting is just the next step in our goal to fundamentally change the freight shipping industry with technology,” said Oren Zaslansky, founder and CEO of AuptiX. “With this launch, business-to-business freight shippers will never have to wait for a partial quote again.”
   “We’re trying to do something that’s never been done before,” continued Zaslansky. “Instant partial quoting is a huge leap towards automating the entire freight shipping process. We’ll be releasing our guaranteed hubless service offering in early 2019, giving customers the option to route all of their LTL freight off the traditional hub-and-spoke network.”

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