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shipping accounting

Figuring out how to manage less-than-truckload (LTL) shipping can be complicated. Will a shipper avoid collaborative relationships, and if so, how would the shipper gain any savings from using LTL shipments when there is not enough product to justify a full truckload (FT)? These questions reflect why some LTL providers are discussing LTL freight shipping accounting options more openly.

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transportation accounting

While the State of Logistics 2014 report is slowly giving way to what will be the State of Logistics 2015 report, we couldn’t help start thinking about what will happen. However, we know postulating ideas for the future is impractical if we cannot learn from our past experiences. The economy had been hit hard, and 2014 saw a great climb from the recession.

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freight auditing

There are a lot of different components to consider when it comes to maximizing your results in transportation management as it pertains to all of the functions of involved in the pre and post activities of shipping freight. Whether you ship full truckloads of product or mainly send out LTL shipments, it’s important that you pay careful attention to your freight invoices.

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transportation accounting white paper

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As you grow, so should freight costs. However, it’s important to review your pattern of freight spend in relation to sales so that you may set a benchmark. Above average increases in freight costs could indicate your expenses are cutting into your bottom line.

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Auditing is one of the least favorite tasks of people in the logistics and transportation industry, even among those who specialize in performing it! However, it is something that should never be overlooked if your enterprise wishes to save as much money as possible and prevent undue losses.