Freight shippers

Freight shippers

Agents who coordinate the logistics of transportation.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
With more than 1,000 partners enrolled, SmartWay brings together freight shippers, motor and rail carriers, logistics services companies and industry associations committed to improving their environmental performance.
The SmartWay Partnership brings together major freight shippers, trucking companies, railroads, logistics companies and trade/professional associations to pursue mutually beneficial efficiencies that result in emissions reductions, as well as cost savings to the companies.
The Partnership brings together major freight shippers, trucking companies, railroads and logistics companies to pursue mutually beneficial efficiencies that result in emissions reductions and other environmental improvements, as well as cost savings to the companies.
Launched in February 2004, the SmartWay Transport Partnership aims to bring together major freight shippers, trucking companies, railroads, logistics companies and trade/professional associations to pursue mutually beneficial efficiencies that result in emissions reductions and other environmental improvements, as well as cost savings to the companies.
Its 1,200 members consist of major freight shippers, trucking companies, railroads, and logistics companies.
The partnership brings together major freight shippers, trucking companies, railroads, logistics companies and trade and professional associations to pursue mutually beneficial efficiencies that result in emissions reductions and other environmental improvements, as well as cost savings.
The Partnership brings together major freight shippers, trucking companies, railroads, logistics companies and others to pursue mutually beneficial efficiencies that result in emissions reductions and other environmental improvements, as well as cost savings to the company.
The initiative brings together major freight shippers, trucking companies, railroads, logistics companies and trade/professional associations to pursue mutually beneficial efficiencies that result in emissions reductions and other environmental improvements, as well as cost savings to the participating companies.
Environmental Protection Agency in 2004 that brings together major freight shippers, trucking companies, railroads, logistics companies and trade/professional associations to pursue strategies and tactics that will reduce emissions from freight movement, reduce fuel consumption, and provide cost savings to the companies.
Their most intense criticism is centered on how such regulation constrained railway pricing and service offering policies and practices in ways that greatly handicapped railroads' ability to compete effectively against other modes of transport, thus weakening the viability of rail firms and preventing freight shippers and consignees from obtaining the benefits of using rail service.
Through a growing coalition of industries and associations, the mission of FRCA is to obtain changes in Federal law and policy that will provide all freight shippers with reliable rail service at competitive prices.
Component one is green truck technology demonstrations which includes facilitating communication and cooperation among energy efficient vehicle technology suppliers, freight carriers, freight shippers,and other key stakeholders.

Full browser ?