How many modes do you ship? Most strategic supply chains, even for smaller businesses, should use a blend of truckload, LTL and intermodal.
Optimizing your shipping can save you money and, crucially, contribute to a more sustainable supply chain.
But knowing the key differences between each mode and when to use which one can be challenging.
Learn best practices for shipping each mode, including when and how to convert from truckload to LTL or intermodal. Find out how the right mix of modes can bolster your bottom line and minimize your environmental impact.
Matt Muntzenberger, Director, Sales Development, Coyote Logistics
Brian Brenner, VP, Sales and Operations – North America, Coyote Logistics
Melissa Jordan, VP, Innovation, Coyote Logistics
Collin Shammo, Director, Intermodal Operations, Coyote Logistics
In this session, you’ll learn:
- How to convert freight to intermodal
- LTL consolidation and best practices
- Differences between truckload, LTL and intermodal
- Volume LTL vs. partial LTL
- When to convert from one mode to another