Real Time Freight Services, a provider of transportation services, recently announced that several additional shippers and carriers have started using the company’s solutions since the beginning of the year. The list of new clients includes companies in the produce, meat, foodservice, lumber and steel industries, as well as several leading truck transportation companies.
New produce clients include Del Monte Fresh Produce, Farm Fresh Direct, Wada Farms/ Profresh, Potandon Produce (Green Giant), Amco Distribution Services/Powerhouse Produce, Mountain Valley Produce and Mountain High Potato and Onion. New meat fairy and foodservice shippers include Cal Maine Foods (egg shipper), Hillandale Farms (egg, cheese, meat), Caito Foods, DOT Foods, West Liberty Foods, Tony Down Foods, Tri-Meats, OSI Group, Porky Products and Case Farms.
Welco Lumber, Plum Creek, Biewer Lumber, Rayonier, Tri-States Forest Products AM Castle & Co. and Kelco Metals are among the lumber and steel companies now using Real Time Freight. New carriers and third-party lofistics providers include Schneider National, Sunstate Trucking & Logistics, Kamble Co. Transportation Services, ATS Sureway, RWJ Trucking and Kenneth Willis Trucking.
Real Time Freight is a transportation service network designed to allow shippers to quickly and efficiently connect to their carriers and brokers. Using the latest modern technologies, Real Time Freight says it securely streamlines communications, providing a private and secure environment to manage freight; parties are connected through a simple Internet connection to manage time-sensitive freight information.
“The strong new customer activity we have experienced over the past few months is clearly a vote of confidence for our solution,” says Adam Saffro, vice president of sales for Chicago-based Real Time Freight. “It also shows that shippers and carriers are committed to addressing their freight challenges and are ready to implement new systems designed specifically to reduce operating costs and significantly improve customer relations.”