Yesterday we published a blog post concerning the notification window changes made by the NMFC for concealed freight damage. It was the fastest to reach 200 views of any blog post on the Cerasis blog (200 views in 45 minutes).
As the world becomes hyperconnected, the demand for rapid response for concealed freight damage, general freight damage or missing items from shipments has changed. On April 18, 2015, the National Motor Freight Traffic Assocation® has amended the NMFC rules regarding the required time frames for reporting concealed freight damage.
It’s been said that the one area that most shippers are the least knowledgeable in is that of claims for freight loss and damage. However, this does not mean that an understanding of freight claims isn’t vital to running an efficient transportation and logistics department.
Freight Claims in Plain English
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Cerasis put on a 75 minute webinar entitled, The “Knowledge is Power” Freight Claims Management Webinar on June 19th, 2014 at 10:30 AM CST. We had a great turnout with over 170 logistics managers, supply chain officers, and those in the transportation world registering and attending the webinar.
As a top freight management services and third party logistics company, Cerasis is well equipped with powerful knowledge on freight claims management to impart upon North American Shippers in this educational online webinar.
Third party logistics company, Cerasis, Inc., upholding the core value of continuous improvement of processes and people, in order to serve North American freight shippers, announces completion of the freight claims management course.
(Eagan, MN) – Cerasis, Inc.
This post concludes are very extensive and thorough look at the world of freight claims and damage. Make sure you browse the freight claim blog post category to view all of them. Today our freight claims department will discuss the top 5 questions they get asked from our customers for whom Cerasis manages freight claims for.
If you have been following the Cerasis blogs, we have written extensively on all things freight claims. From the 6 easy steps of how to file a freight claim, to how you can better ensure your freight claims get paid, how not to be distracted by these freight claim time wasters, and of course why you may receive a freight claim declination.
If you have been following our blog as of late, we have been talking about an issue in the freight world not many logistics or transportation managers (or controllers, customers, and executives) really want to deal with: freight claims. You’ve worked really hard as a company to manufacture your product, or distribute to the end customer. You’ve selected the right carrier for your needs. And then..
We continue our extensive series on all things freight claims today. We’ve covered the 6 easy steps to file a freight claim, 4 Ways to Increase Your Freight Claim Amount, knowing the difference between freight insurance and freight liability, 8 Freight Claims Tips to Ensure You Get the Full Amount Paid, and 5 “Knowledge is Power” Tips to Mitigate Freight Damage and Freight Claims.