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Saving time and money on freight has never been easier.

Posted on 9, May | Posted by David Maxfield


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Load To Go “LTG” can save on your LTL & Truckloads

Posted on 9, May | Posted by David Maxfield

An alternative to LTL & TRUCKLOAD, gives you…

  • Fast deliveries with truckload type service
  • Damage free since freight is not rehandled
  • Delivered complete shipments are not touched from the time of loading until they are received by your customer
  • More control over deliveries Better information on actual ETA’s because we deliver en route.
  • Better rate structure and simplified pricing applies to all points (more…)
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Press Release

Posted on 9, May | Posted by David Maxfield

Free Web-based Solution Offers Customers 24/7 Access to Manage Their Freight, Instantly Compare Rates from Leading Carriers, Book, Print Bills of Lading, Track Delivery, and Audit Freight bills.

Anaheim, CA January 22, 2010 –Transportation & Logistical Concepts, LLC, (TLC) has introduced a free Transportation Management System (TMS) for domestic U.S. shipments, and international shipments between the U.S. and Canada, adding to an existing suite of web-based logistics tools available at www.tlcforfreight.com . (more…)

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The 5 costliest mistakes companies make managing their freight:

Posted on 9, May | Posted by David Maxfield

Not comparing rates on every shipment.
Not considering alternatives.
Not taking advantage of available technology.
Not auditing freight bills.
They don’t manage it at all.

“TLC can show you how to save time and money by automating many of the freight transportation processes.”

Give me a call today (800) 882-4852 for a FREE evaluation.

David Maxfield
President

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Managed Transportation Services

Posted on 7, Feb | Posted by David Maxfield

The problems facing many companies
The ability to effectively manage your logistics requires access to information regarding the flow and storage of your materials, and the expertise to know what to do with the information. For optimal results, the proper technological tools are needed to make decisions in real time.

Lack of resources
Many companies are forced to rely on people with little or no expertise in logistics. Often the responsibility is left to someone in shipping, warehousing, purchasing or even customer service. Incredibly, this critical function is delegated to people with little time, inclination, or expertise. (more…)

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