These FreightTech demo recaps are from Day 1 of FreightWaves LIVE @HOME.
Hubtek’s TABi Connect is an automation and digital assistant platform for the logistics industry. TABi Connect automates rate quoting, TMS order entries and carrier sourcing.
By freeing up certain tasks, TABi Connect can help increase efficiency and drive productivity and profitability.
Check out the demo to learn how TABi Connect can help your company.
ZUUM Transportation’s Logistics Super Platform connects the digital marketplace for capacity, applications modules for shippers, brokers and carriers — for efficiency, automation and cost savings.
ZUUM’s platform provides a universal API/EDI interface to connect and complete an existing tech stack for actionable intelligence through visibility and a connected data flow across an entire enterprise.
Check out the demo to learn more about ZUUM’s Logistics Super Platform.
Schneider’s digital marketplace FreightPower provides shippers and carriers with instant access to reliable capacity and quality freight.
For carriers, FreightPower allows more access to reliable brokerage freight from quality blue-chip shippers across the country. The platform also gives shippers access to an expanded, highly flexible capacity network.
Check out the demo to learn more about FreightPower.
Project44 covers all modes of transportation with its unified, global multimodal supply chain visibility platform — including truckload, LTL, groupage, ocean, rail, air, parcel and last mile.
By combining ocean tech data with the company’s existing ocean visibility products, along with its road, rail and air visibility solutions — project44 is expanding global and multimodal supply chain visibility capabilities.
Check out the demo to learn more about project44’s global visibility solutions.
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