Multi-Stop Trucking: How It Affects Load Acceptance and Pricing

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While multi-stop truckloads can mean additional efficiency for your business, it often means greater complexity for your transportation providers. Which is why carriers have the reputation for disliking multi-stop truckload. Worst of all, this level of complexity can result in higher rates or even impact the service you receive.

But there are also strategies you can employ to this type of freight more attractive. Using research findings from MIT’s Center for Transportation & Logistics, this white paper covers important topics you need for lasting impact:

  • How multi-stop service works
  • What raises the price for multi-stop loads?
  • What lowers the price for multi-stop loads?
  • 3 ways to reduce rates and increase acceptance