Less-than-a-truckload (LTL) companies are situated to experience exponential growth over the next five years, as nearly 2 billion consumers are projected to join the freight market. This level of growth will inevitably magnify the common inefficient practices in the industry, all of which consume massive amounts of energy and threaten the bottom line. Shippers are beginning to realize the massive environmental impacts and are developing sustainable supply chain solutions to offset these detrimental effects. They are realizing, however, that these practices actually help in the profitability of their businesses.
So how exactly do LTL shippers profit while matching market demands and implementing sustainable solutions?
This white paper, brought to you by Flock Freight
, explores the countless inefficiencies that affect sustainability within the LTL shipping industry, as well as what green solutions are available for shippers.