[PODCAST] Why Do Missed Freight Pickups Occur & What Can Shippers Do About Them?

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Hello and welcome back to another episode of “The Freight Project Podcast!”

On today’s The Freight Project Podcast episode I welcome back the Cerasis Freight Desk Manager, Chris Longner. As you may remember, Chris is responsible for managing the Cerasis team who is responsible for arranging freight pick ups with our shipper customer’s vendors. 

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Why do Missed Freight Pickups Occur & How Shippers Can Better Manage Them

In this episode Chris and Cerasis’ Marketing Manager & “The Freight Project Podcast” host, Adam Robinson, will speak to Chris Longner, Cerasis Freight Desk Manager, so that listeners will learn why missed freight pickups occur and what shippers can do about them. 

In this “The Freight Project Podcast” episode you’ll hear:

  • Why missed freight pickups are more common than one thinks on the LTL side of this industry and what are the multitude of reasons why missed freight pick ups occur.  
  • When a missed freight pickup occurs, what a shipper should do next.
  • Ways for a shipper to decrease the number of missed pickups. 
  • Why it is important to use a 3PL like Cerasis to handle shippers’ missed pickups on the shippers’ behalf.

We hope you enjoy this episode of The Freight project podcast!

Freight & LTL Resources

The Less-Than-Truckload Guide: From the Basics to Best Practices for Complete Mastery

The Guide to the Digital Revolution & Technology Shaping Less Than Truckload Shipping

The State of & Pricing Outlook of the Less than Truckload Shipping Market

Tips for Managing Less Than Truckload Shipping in the Age of E-Commerce

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