Our blogs cover industry leading thinking on the long haul trucking and the role of digital freight ecosystems such as SemiCab. We publish often, so come back and visit us for fresh content.
The long-haul freight industry suffers from various forms of waste, making the entire system inefficient. In this post, we explore lean thinking and the role it can play in reducing waste and creating opportunity in the long-haul trucking industry.
No matter the size of your freight business, getting paid is a top priority. And yet, the typical freight payment process can take anywhere between 30 to 90 days, that’s just too long. Read on for our top tips for speeding up freight payment.
There are countless things being done to keep shelves stocked, the population safe, and the economy moving during this COVID-19 crisis. With challenges presented by social distancing, health orders, travel restrictions, and a volatile market, the freight industry needs now more than ever to embrace freight tech solutions that will allow them to keep up with demand.
There are countless things to consider when choosing a load board: cost, number of loads provided, real-time updates, and so much more. Check out our guide for choosing the best load board for your needs, and learn about how a load board is a key part of modern freight commerce facilitated by SemiCab, the digital freight ecosystem.
Due to a highly fragmented market, coupled with limited use of technology and lack of transparency, the creation of a mutually beneficial digital ecosystem for the long-haul trucking industry was not feasible in the past. But today, SemiCab’s revolutionary technology is changing that.
The emergence of digital ecosystems, built on the core principle of facilitating economic activity through peer-to-peer networks, is quickly disrupting traditional business models. With increased connectivity and evolving customer expectations, it's important for businesses to reimagine their future in the context of this new digital economy. Read our blog to learn more about digital ecosystems and its potential impact on the trucking industry.
Today, drivers are stuck doing a lot of extra math to see whether the money they will make on any trip will cover the cost of empty miles. It’s time for a change. Read on to see how the industry is coming together to disrupt the antiquated model that has plagued us for decades and ensure that drivers get paid for every mile driven - no more, no less.