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Simplify operations and reduce overall costs while gaining consistent and predictable freight services.


Something we keep hearing from warehouse managers and supply chain executives is, despite attempts to plan and streamline processes, it often feels like the company is following the "path of least resistance" when it comes to freight.

You do get some consistency by partnering with the same hand full of carriers month after month. One constant is ever increasing prices. It often feels like the process of shopping rates can be more trouble than it's worth - especially when your in-house efforts yield modest savings. Or worse, you find a company with killer rates, but their total capacity is so low that they can't make a dent in your volume.


Analysis Backed By Custom Technology

What gets measured gets improved. The first step in improving efficiency and costs in your supply chain is to do a full analysis of your current system and performance. We invest heavily into technology that lets us quickly compare your business with similar shippers and highlight the most effective changes to improve your systems, without major disruptions.

Freight Negotiation

Leveraging Visibility to Hundreds of Accounts

Once we have a clear picture of exactly how you ship, we can start working with vendors with different strengths to create an optimized service structure for your company. The best AND worst thing about the freight industry can be the sheer number of providers - all with their own fee structures and competencies.

ShipSights team will start with the best-in-class vendors, do the due diligence on their capacity and performance in your area, and structure mutually beneficial agreements for you to operate under. We will also make sure your carriers stick to those rates and terms, and we'll secure your refunds and invoice corrections when they don't.

Entire supply chain process is optimized.

Extensive experience and in-depth knowledge are leveraged to review historical shipping data, analyze current costs, compare to industry averages, and validate key performance indicators.