Carrierlanebid.com is a new and innovative load board that brings together carriers, brokers, and shippers on one web site. This website is reliable, effective, and easy to operate. This is how it differs from most other web sites:
- No need to calculate miles
- No phone calls and negotiation between parties
- No need for brokers/shippers to know the actual market rate
- No document exchange required between members
- No worries about getting paid
- No paper billing
- No hidden terms of pick up or delivery
- Fully personalized private accounts to manage your large number of trucks and loads
- Immediate view of any location on map
We believe Carrier Lane Bid will benefit carriers, shippers, and brokers because of the site’s unique and intuitive design structure.
First, we reduced the number of tasks that shippers, brokers and carriers have to do. Once an approved member signs in, we provide free access to the load and truck bidding boards with unlimited information.
Carriers may list all their available trucks on their personalized home page. From here they can post their trucks to the truck bid board with the desired rate per mile for each destination by State. Once they have posted this information, they should begin receiving offers from either shippers or brokers.
The carrier may also search the freight bid board and offer their truck at the preferred rate per mile for any load they find there. The shipper or broker who posted the freight will receive bids for one hour. They may choose to accept the first bid that comes along or wait for more bids. After one hour, unless any bid offer is received or and accepted, the expired timer automatically deletes this load from the board. With one click, the shipper or broker may post the load and the process begins anew.
When the shipper accepts the bid, the carrier must finalize it by confirmation. From this moment forward, our operation staff will notify the carrier of the pending pick up, monitor their truck and update the status online. You can check the status of the load from your personal home page.
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