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DAT • www.dat.com
DAT operates the largest truckload freight marketplace in North America. Transportation brokers, carriers, news organizations and industry analysts rely on DAT for market trends and data insights derived from 249 million freight matches and a database of $110 billion of market transactions.
ECHO GLOBAL LOGISTICS • www.echo.com Echo Global Logistics, Inc. (Nasdaq: ECHO) is a provider of technology-enabled transportation and supply chain management services. Echo maintains a proprietary, web-based technology platform that compiles and analyzes data from its network of more than 50,000 transportation providers to serve its clients’ needs. Offering freight brokerage and managed transportation services across all major modes, Echo works to simplify the critical tasks involved in transportation management.
FORTIGO • www.fortigo.com Fortigo’s team of experts specializes in logistics optimization and enterprise web- based software. For companies seeking to reduce costs, improve customer satisfaction, and increase profitability, Fortigo automates, optimizes, and audits logistics decisions. Fortigo plugs into established supply chain applications and provides rapid return on investment by optimizing and deploying closed-loop logistics processes, minimizing ship-to-order times and streamlining collaboration with logistics providers.
nVISION GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS corporate.nvisionglobal.com
nVision Global is an industry leader in providing configurable logistics services and solutions for customers around the world, enabling them to optimize their supply chain and gain access to critical data. We offer a full suite of logistics services and solutions that allow for end to end shipment and supply chain management and visibility. Our solutions include a global, multi-modal TMS application, international freight audit and payment, loss & damage/overcharge/service failure claims management, as well as industry-leading logistics analysis solutions.
April 2022 • Inbound Logistics 101
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