Two companies in the transportation industry started the new year by working together.
On Tuesday, Ship.Cars, a leading automotive transportation technology company, announced a partnership with CarrierSoft, an automotive transportation software provider.
According to a press release, CarrierSoft has integrated its Broker TMS platform, MegaBee, with Ship.Cars’s Market, allowing brokers to post loads directly from MegaBee to the load board, potentially providing thousands of new loading opportunities for carriers and brokers.
The companies stressed that the new partnership is designed to create a continuous flow for brokers to contract with the tens of thousands of auto carriers on the Ship.Cars platform.
By leveraging the Ship.Cars product suite, MegaBee users now have access to new customer tools and features. These include the ability to trade on the platform and receive automated notifications for carrier offers and status updates on loads processed after shipment.
CarrierSoft mentioned that its broker clients not only benefit from better access to carrier capacity, but also better visibility. Customers can receive automated shipping process updates and timely status emails with the electronic bill of lading (eBOL) attached, providing greater accountability and insight into the status of each shipment while throughout his journey.
“CarrierSoft’s MegaBee platform is a popular choice for industry brokers and offers a powerful yet user-friendly CRM tool,” Ship.Cars vice president of strategy Eftim Eftimov said in the press release.
“Through this partnership, Ship.Cars increases cargo capacity in the digital marketplace where the MegaBee broker network can now directly post thousands of loads, significantly expanding their access to our extensive carrier partner network and improving their overall user experience. Eftimov continued.
In addition to granting access to thousands of carriers, Ship.Cars emphasized that its features include real-time load tracking, online booking negotiation and confirmation, instant dispatch, and proof of delivery. enhanced electronics, all without the need for phone calls.