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See FreightSnap at These 2019 Trade Shows

The 2019 trade show season is about to kick off, and FreightSnap is getting in on the action at a few of the biggest events in transportation and logistics. Stop by and see us at any of the following shows to learn more about our dimensioners and see why so many companies are choosing FreightSnap when they’re ready for automated …

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The Advantages and Disadvantages of Dropshipping – Is Dropshipping Right For Your Business?

In a traditional supply chain, companies field orders and fulfill them from inventory they have in stock. This includes picking, packaging and shipping the order out to the customer. Obviously, this fulfillment method requires significant overhead. The costs to keep product on hand (inventory), store it safely (warehousing), and fulfill orders (labor, packaging and shipping) can be prohibitive for smaller …

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See FreightSnap at One of Three Trade Shows Set in January or February

With a new year comes a whole new list of trade shows and expos to get excited about – and FreightSnap will be at a few of the big ones in January and February. First Up – SMC3’s Annual Jump Start Conference (January 22-24, Atlanta, GA) Jump Start gives attendees a chance to network with key players across the supply …

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FreightSnap’s FS 5000 Earns Canada Certification

Already a popular pallet dimensioner in the United States, FreightSnap’s FS 5000 has taken its first steps toward becoming a trusted solution for Canadian companies looking to automate their freight measuring processes. This certification makes the FS 5000 the newest pallet dimensioner to be deemed legal-for-trade by Canada’s regulatory agency, Measurement Canada. During the week-long certification assessment, the FS 5000 …

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Pros And Cons Of Density Based Freight Pricing For Shippers

By now, we’ve all heard about the shift to density based pricing in the LTL industry. With major carriers like FedEx Ground, UPS, Old Dominion Freight Lines, Estes Express Lines, SAIA and others making the shift, it’s only a matter of time before DIM pricing becomes the norm. And although many carriers will probably allow their customers to use the …