In addition to its all-inclusive less-than-truckload and full truckload freight services, FreightCenter develops a Web-based transportation management system (TMS) that provides a centralized method of controlling all aspects of transportation. As fuel costs rise and freight capacity tightens, supply chains are investing in TMS software in order to have a more transparent view of their supply chain practices.
“With the evolution of the food supply chain, software and technology providers are playing a more critical role in addressing needs such as end-to-end visibility and collaboration, traceability, regulatory compliance, risk management, sustainability and cost containment,”
"We are proud to be chosen as a top performing software provider for the food and beverage industry," said Doug Walls, chief information officer for FreightCenter. "Manufacturers, distributors and retailers are our core customers and helping them meet their business goals is an essential function of our technology."
The Food Logistics list is designed to assist readers in identifying the leading software and technology providers in the industry. FreightCenter and the complete list of companies will be featured in the November/December 2012 issue of Food Logistics, as well as online at www.foodlogistics.com.
Based out of the Tampa Bay area since 1998, FreightCenter.com is a non-asset based freight and logistics company developing Web-based tools that simplify freight shipping for both individual shippers and businesses. FreightCenter.com offers instant carrier rates and services for LTL, truckload, international, specialized, intermodal and trade show transportation. To see Freightcenter’
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