Navigating a Carrier’s Market: Becoming a Shipper of Choice
When: March 21, 2019, 2PM EDT
Supply chains are rife with change. Capacity is tight in many regions while demand is on the rise and building and maintaining strong relationships with carriers will prove an important strategic advantage. Now is the time to act. Customer expectations are higher than ever, and the way you choose to navigate the market will determine whether or not you set yourself up for success.

Join us in this webinar as industry experts from project44 and Carrier Direct share insights about how shippers can set themselves apart from the pack, foster healthy and productive relationships with carriers, and ultimately, become a shipper of choice.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:
  • What shippers can expect from the changing carrier market
  • How to negotiate better contracted rates
  • Tips on fostering positive shipper/carrier relationships
  • How implementing new technologies can enable carriers
  • What it means to be a shipper of choice, and practical steps you can take to become one

  • Joe Bartone, Senior Director of Logistics, CarrierDirect
  • Sam Ralat, Senior Director Carrier Innovation, project44
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Navigating a Carrier’s Market: Becoming a Shipper of Choice
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