Streamline without losing your carrier relationships

Streamline without losing your carrier relationships

Our goal at Freightview is simple; make your existing rates easier and more accessible to compare all together. You love your current carriers, and we’d » read more…

Switching to a New Transportation Management System

We’ve all heard the old cliche, “If it’s not broken, don’t fix it.” Here’s the thing though… just because something works doesn’t mean that something else » read more…

Let's Talk FAKs

Let's Talk FAKs

We’ve talked about FAKs on the Freightview blog before, but it’s been awhile, so here you’ll find a refresher on what exactly an FAK is and when having » read more…

Powerful Tools on your Freightview Settings Page

If you haven't looked at your Freightview settings page lately you may be missing out on customizing the platform in a way that works the best for you and » read more…

The Importance of Neutrality from your Transportation Management System

We’re proud of a lot of things at Freightview, but one of the things we find most brag-worthy is that we are completely neutral. » read more…

Interlining Your Freight

Interline shipping is a solution used when two or more carriers are are used to complete a shipment. Regional freight carriers have specific coverage » read more…

Freightview Roundup: Frequently Asked Questions 2021 Edition

We aim to make Freightview as user friendly as possible but there are a lot of things you can do. I just wanted to take some time to go over some of the » read more…

Finding Your Freightview Receipts

Sometimes it’s important to review some basic functionality. Let’s talk about accessing your Freightview receipts on the website, and how to get those » read more…

Shipping Bottlenecks That Cost You Time and Money

If you’re relying on tribal knowledge, routing guides, or visiting every carrier’s website to get a quote you’re losing precious time, creating » read more…

There are more benefits than a positive ROI to adding a TMS to your workflow

Many companies fall into an in-between space within their shipping processes. They ship enough to have direct rates but not enough to justify a pricey » read more…

Supply Chain Brief