carrier connections

How Much is Carrier Dwell Time Costing You?

We're at the start of the year, and you may be wondering how keep your shipping costs minimal, and your carrier dwell time could be contributing to your » read more…

Terminals in Freightview

New feature alert! We now display terminal information for many of your carriers within Freightview. » read more…

A Guide for Carriers & Brokers to Spot Quoting with Freightview

Our goal at Freightview is to make shipping easier for our customers. Part of that is providing education to the carriers our customers choose to ship » read more…

Announcing Spot Quoting With Freightview

Since our inception, Freightview has been focused on connecting you to your negotiated rates with your carriers. We've always tried to think differently » read more…

Choosing to Interline 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…

Changing Your Carrier Credentials in Freightview

Freightview makes connecting with your carriers easy, but you already knew that. Some of your carrier connections require your username and password to be » read more…

How Overlength Measures Up

Overlength charges moonlight under a few different names. Overlength, excessive length, articles of extreme configuration, over dimension, etc. For the » read more…

Call For Delivery Appointment vs. Notify By Phone Before Delivery

Trying to navigate the world of accessorials can sometimes feel like falling down a rabbit hole. There are SO many, and they often have different names » read more…

3 Tips for Negotiating Pricing with Carriers

Money, moolah, cash—whatever you decide to call that green stuff it’s important. You want to know you’re doing everything you can to get the best deals » read more…

Love Your Current Carriers? So Do We

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…

Supply Chain Brief