After you’ve conducted a Freight Audit, or as part of your ongoing Carrier Invoice Reconciliation process, you need to create credit notes for overcharges, manage the payment process and fix any logistics errors that lead to costing errors. Read this article to explore these aspects of Freight Auditing.
What will the main trends in transport for the early 2020’s? We’ve compiled a list of the 7 main freight trends for the near future and to provide insights for shippers on how they can stay ahead of the curve.
Freight Controller is pleased to announce an upgrade to our Freight Business Intelligence Reporting with the implementation of MS Power BI with interactive dashboard. Read this article to learn more.
You can feel it in the air – Peak Season has arrived! Read our article for tips on how to ensure you have a smooth busy period in your warehouse this year, keeping your customers happy with on time deliveries.
Read this article for a detailed and comprehensive Checklist on how to successfully conduct an internal Freight Audit and reclaim any overcharges from your carriers.
There are many reasons why ultimately you will get a better result from conducting a freight audit with the assistance of external specialists with their automated, niche software systems that this article outlines.
Read our article on a typical Freight Auditing process with infographic and the compelling reasons for you to conduct a Freight Audit for your business…
Freight Broker, Freight Forwarder, Freight Agent, 3PL, Freight Consultant – what are the differences? In this article we explore the definitions of these common Australian freight supplier terms to help the shipper better understand what each of them do.
Freight Controller celebrates a 40 year milestone for this second-generation, family Business Group of Companies. Read our latest article to learn more about our history.