Tag: Loads

April 28, 2021 123Loadboard

123Loadboard Introduces Load Bidding To Give Carriers More Control

123Loadboard has added a new load bidding feature giving carriers the ability to bid on loads without needing to call in, negotiate, and book the load. Bidding on loads gives carriers more control and lets them name their price. The load bidding feature is available directly…

May 4, 2020 123Loadboard

123Loadboard adds Real-Time Load Alerts, Historical Freight Rates, and more.

123Loadboard releases new tools, feature redesigns, and over 100 behind the scenes improvements that are all geared for making life easier on the road. The updated website has 4 new tools and additional features that drivers have come to enjoy and love, but with a redesigned interface that focuses on ease of use, security, …

August 20, 2019 123Loadboard

123Loadboard Redesigns Load Board Mobile App Using React Native for Advanced Performance and Stability

123Loadboard, a premier provider of freight matching technology, launched its next-generation adaptation of the trucking industry’s highest-rated load board mobile app. The next-gen app was developed using the latest advancements for React Native, the interface targeting mobile platforms used by numerous business giants. The next-gen app was developed using the latest advancements…

November 7, 2017 123Loadboard

Load Alerts Direct To Your Phone

123Loadboard has a new way to help truckers find more loads – without any more searching. Using Big Data and GPS based technology, they identify available loads near the carrier’s truck that match their equipment type and allow the driver to receive a Load Alert notification on their smartphone sent directly from the broker or shipper with the relevant load details.

September 20, 2016 123Loadboard

Backhaul Loads and The Importance To Truckers

Backhauls are loads that are taken on return trips. The return route generally takes the driver more or less back to their home base, and provides them with some compensation for the trip. Rather than waiting an indeterminate amount of time thousands of miles from home or making an unpaid drive back to home base,

August 16, 2016 123Loadboard

Cargo Theft Is on the Rise! How to Protect Your Load

Classically, cargo thieves would try to target big-ticket items, such as expensive TVs or electronics. Those transporting these goods would take extra care to protect themselves from potential theft by avoiding what they perceived to be potentially dangerous situations. But it isn’t just electronics that are under attack.