All trucking fleets want to reduce their carbon footprints but have real concerns how any change could impact their bottom line.One easy but often misunderstood option is using renewable diesel fuel, which can help fleets go green literally overnight with little-to-no disruptions to their operations. Renewable diesel is a premium-quality, non-petroleum hydrocarbon fuel made from 100 percent renewable raw materials that meets all ASTM D975 and state and federal diesel specifications. Renewable diesel is not biodiesel and does not have any of the negative effects on engine performance.
The SmartWay Freight Matters
E-commerce, technology acceleration and increasing demand are driving the freight industry to innovate, address changing customer expectations, improve freight productivity and achieve greater supply chain efficiency. To stay ahead, companies are collaborating with logistics service providers and vehicle and equipment manufacturers to invest in solutions that will help move their products and supplies as quickly, safely and efficiently as possible. This one-hour recording provides insights into technology’s growing influence on transportation and the emergence of electric trucks in last mile, less-than-truckload, and long-haul deliveries. It will help you understand the impact of these changes on the efficiency and sustainability of your company’s freight operations, today, and in the future.
Sustained record consumer demand and market volumes have forced shippers to look at their transportation strategy differently. Many shippers have found dedicated transportation to be a valuable solution to their supply chain woes in helping to secure contracted, consistent capacity.
Join Schneider’s Barry MacArthur, Haroon Syed and Bernardo Rodarte, along with Trevor Williams from LEGO, to learn:
Why the market is predicted to continue to experience sustained demand.
What dedicated transportation is and when it’s a good fit for shipper networks.
How Schneider’s shippers, like LEGO, have been utilizing dedicated transportation to respond to their supply chain challenges.
How your organization can utilize dedicated transportation to obtain more capacity.
Share your questions in an anonymous forum.
There’s an old adage in the tech industry: adapt or die. The same could be said for today’s freight brokerage industry, which is undergoing disruptive change unlike any seen in recent memory. Both scope and speed of change are challenging today’s brokers to effectively adapt, but what is the path to success? What decisions do brokers need to be considering and acting on today—whether it’s technologies, business processes, partners, workforce skills, or capacity—to ensure that they can compete, thrive, and prosper?