As we wrap up the Summer season we wanted to give you a quick update of all the things we’ve rolled out over the past few months here at Freightview.
Have you ever wished you could put your own company logo on your Freightview BOL, labels and shared shipment emails? Wish granted. We rolled out the ability for full access users to upload a company logo to display on your paperwork generated within Freightview. It’s super simple, and available in settings.
Visible Account Numbers
We used to keep all of your carrier account information on the backend, but we decided the owner of the account and full access users should be able to see exactly which account number, per carrier, your locations are tied to.
C.H Robinson Tracking and Rate Breakdown
If you book with CHR via Freightview you will now get tracking information for those shipments right here on Freightview, just like you’re used to seeing for your other carriers.
You can also now see the breakdown of your rates with C.H Robinson
Pallet Pricing with R+L and New Penn
We’ve already had pallet pricing in place for a lot of your carriers, but now you can view pallet rates for R+L and New Penn in Freightview as well. If you already have these rates in place, you will automatically see them in Freightview when you run rates that are applicable.
Add More Equipment Types to Spot Quotes
Previously, when spot quoting, we limited users to selecting 3 potential equipment types to send to your carrier contacts.
We’ve removed the limitation. Add as many, or as little, equipment types that make sense for the load you are quoting.
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