Updated: Dec 21, 2020
Welcome to Freight Expectations, a MyCarrierTMS Blog
On behalf of our entire team, I am excited to announce our latest resource – MyCarrier's Freight Expectations blog, your friendly neighborhood transportation and logistics solution.
Who Is Freight Expectations For?
We started this blog with a single goal: create a resource for non-techy carriers and shippers to easily understand what MyCarrierTMS has to offer. Welcome to a content hub built to benefit professionals involved in logistics at any level.
If you have ever asked yourself:
How can I get quotes faster?
How can I get freight tracking and see my shipment progress?
How can I do ______ in MyCarrierTMS?
Or if you have any other questions about MyCarrierTMS, then Freight Expectations is the place to be. Within our blog you will find industry news and trends, expert interviews, partner spotlights, shipper highlights, newsletters, and more.
As we continue to grow, our goals stay the same; we aim to change the way carriers and shippers manage their freight for the better. This blog is another channel for you to stay in contact with MyCarrier and get feedback on information you may be looking for. Or possibly for information you didn’t know you needed.
Rules for this blog
We encourage comments and suggestions for our content and product. However, please:
Keep comments relevant.
Maintain respect for everyone involved. Comments are supervised and will quickly be removed if they are deemed offensive.
Contribute depth to discussions
Don’t comment to promote yourself.
Don't post private information in this public forum.
Be sure to come back often and follow our other social media channels to stay in the loop with MyCarrier. See you soon!
How to Join Freight Expectations?
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Thank you for visiting Freight Expectations. We look forward to helping you learn more about MyCarrierTMS and the freight industry.