Drivers and Shippers: Partnered for Success
The driver shortage is causing serious concerns across the industry. But the solution is not just to add more drivers.
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There's an estimated 175,000 open truck driver spots by 2026, and little talent in the pipeline. The driver shortage is causing serious concerns across the industry. But the solution is not just to add more drivers.
In this exclusive whitepaper, we dig in deep to uncover how progressive shippers can take steps to improve capacity and shipping speeds.
Download the whitepaper to learn how:
- Industry-wide inefficiency is the real root cause
- Shippers improving the carrier experience is a crucial part of the solution
- Smart, actionable use of data at scale can eliminate the inefficiencies that are holding the industry back
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