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Shipco's Domestic services help cultivate a complete one stop shopping experience for all your cargo needs. We can pick up cargo right from your door, and delivery is just as easy. Our flexible Transportation Management System (TMS) covers both FTL (full truck load) and LTL (less than truck load) to help ensure that your products are picked up and delivered to the right place, at the right time.

Key Benefits
  • An extensive network of national, regional and local transport providers, including over 60 asset based motor carriers to reduce cost and increase service controls
  • Constant monitoring and quality assurance including motor carrier compliance & FMCSA SAFER Ratings
  • Time-saving and cost efficient single point of contact
  • Variety of LTL, FTL and specialty equipment types
  • Spot Rate options for larger shipments
  • TSA approved carrier options
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What Can I Do With A Login?
  • Easily obtain an all in rate quote from a pool of local and national carriers for easy price comparison including all accessorial and additional fees.
  • Make a no hassle booking.
  • Track your shipment milestones.

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  • Shipco has teamed up with Chain IO to bring speed to market for integrations with our TMS
  • CargoWise One is currently integrated with Chain IO, reducing the time and steps required to connect with our clients platform.
  • Customized integrations with most forwarders operating systems (i.e. ERP, TMS and/or Rate repository).
  • Integrations with customer systems improving operating efficiency allowing for higher file counts each month.
  • Integration features in Shipco customers operating system
    • Pricing
    • Status updates
    • Documents and images
    • AP Accrual
    • Audited AR invoice
    TMS Forwarder Integration


recent third-quarter survey of shippers indicates that the freight industry is in a state of uncertainty. While excess inventories have largely been reduced, there is still no rush to restock. Shippers' overall view of the economy is slightly lower this quarter, but retail shippers have a more positive outlook. The majority of respondents are planning to maintain or increase their inventories, but only 5% of shippers are looking to increase stock levels. Most shippers do not expect inventory levels to normalize until next year, with the majority anticipating this to happen in the second half of the year. Transportation capacity is generally expected to loosen, except for less-than-truckload (LTL) capacity, which is expected to tighten. A separate survey shows a disconnect between carriers and brokers, who expect a less active peak season, and shippers, who anticipate a better one. Shippers may be cautious due to uncertainties in consumer buying intentions and past overordering mistakes, while carriers are hopeful for a restocking surge, albeit potentially later than expected.

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