Livetradingnews.com sits down for an in-depth interview with LaneAxis CEO and Founder Rick Burnett. The wide ranging interview touched on long-term plans for LaneAxis, including investment strategy, market positioning, and future development.
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LaneAxis Virtual Freight Management recently published a report stating that the country’s largest Carriers outsource 42% of their contracted freight to smaller Carriers. This figure was based on a detailed study of 2015 financial reports from the country’s 13 largest publicly traded Carriers. LaneAxis focused on the percentage of total revenue spent on “Purchased […]
CCJ (Commercial Carrier Journal), a leading voice in the world of fleet management and freight logistics technology, focuses the spotlight on LaneAxis. The report relayed findings of a recent LaneAxis study that found the country’s largest Carriers are outsourcing more than 40% of its contracted freight.
In a piece published Monday on “Live Trading News,” respected financial analyst Paul Ebeling delivered his opinion on the LaneAxis platform: “This Virtual Freight Management network matters, because it allows the Shipper and Carrier to interact directly, without a middleman, allowing both the Shipper and the Carrier to ultimately eliminate a significant cost component in […]
VIDEO: Why Virtual Freight Management Rick Burnett, LaneAxis CEO & Founder, discusses the urgent need for Virtual Freight Management:
VIDEO: NewsWatch TV, airing internationally on the Discovery Channel, reviews the LaneAxis Virtual Freight Management system.
SAN DIEGO, CA – Technology has finally caught up with trucking – with potential far-reaching benefits for the industry, economy, and environment. LaneAxis (http://www.LaneAxis.com), a San Diego-based company, has launched deployment of a virtual freight management system that gives shippers unprecedented end-to-end visibility and control over their freight.
Since the early 20th century, trucking has emerged as the lifeblood of the American economy. The creation of interstate highways in the 1950s cemented Trucking’s elite status as the main mover of goods across the country. The road hasn’t always been smooth. From the beginning, government regulations have been a source of constant controversy and […]
Virtual Freight Management (VFM), being a relatively new term, is still open to varying definitions.
Generally speaking, VFM refers to completely cloud-based programs that, at minimum, allow oversight and some level of control over freight movement along the supply-delivery chain.
Transport Topics, a leading print and online periodical covering the Trucking and Freight Transportation industries, highlighted LaneAxis in its March 28 issue.