Logistics Management recently covered SHIFT’s expansion announcement, highlighting how it differentiates itself from competitors with superior customer service. Read more.
William Cassidy, journalist with The Journal of Commerce, reported on third-party logistics companies picking up so much less-than-truckload freight these days they could be called “3PLTLs”. Read more.
Journal of Commerce reported on SHIFT’s addition of five states to its asset-light less-than-truckload network, adding that SHIFT is as much a high-tech start-up as it is a freight hauler. Read more.
DC Velocity recently covered SHIFT Freight’s expansion announcement, positioning SHIFT as a dominant player in the industry, while highlighting its recent hyper-growth and broadened service offerings. Read more.
SHIFT Freight continues its explosive growth across the United States as the company announces the opening of five new states for inbound and outbound shipments, along with adding liftgate service for pickups and deliveries. Read more.
SHIFT Freight continues to expand it’s transportation offerings to include custom shipping projects. The announcement comes after a successful pilot project between the LTL carrier and Worldwide Express, a Dallas-based global package and freight-shipping firm. Read more.
Last year, Shift expanded its California outbound services to cover 80 percent of the country. The latest addition is in response to rising demand from the carrier’s third-party logistics (3PL) partners and direct shippers. Read more on Supply Chain Brain.
After expanding its California outbound footprint to cover 80 percent of the nation last year, SHIFT Freight now looks to meet the rising demand from the carrier’s third-party logistics (3PL) partners and direct shippers to have freight in the Eastern half of the United States transported back to the West Coast. Read more on Parcel.com.
SHIFT Freight continues its momentous expansion initiative as the company announces the opening the first East to West outbound markets servicing the Midwest and Southeast to California. Read more on AJOT.
SHIFT Freight’s President, Joe Bartone, weighs in on dimensional pricing in freight, and why this is a trend that’s here to stay. Read more on EBN Online.
Shift Freight is expanding its non-traditional, asset-light less-than-truckload business in the Midwest, adding service to 1,400 direct points in Michigan and Ohio. Read more on JOC.com
In the Journal of Commerce’s discussion on the C.H. Robinson-Freightquote deal, SHIFT is recognized as a unique LTL carrier with a unique 3PL-centric sales model. Read more