Moto Transportation is now listed on the GlobalTranz TMS platform
VANCOUVER, BC, November 5, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Moto Transportation is now able to offer LTL cross-border shipping (less than a full truckload) directly to GlobalTranz customers through the GlobalTranz TMS. Shippers in Texas, California, and throughout the United States and Canada can work directly with Moto Transport, from Canada LTL specialists, to move goods quickly and efficiently across the border to Canada.
“We have had a long-standing and mutually beneficial relationship with GlobalTranz,” said the vice president of Moto Transportation. Anastasia Petukhova. “We are proud to be integrated into their ecosystem as a service provider. We are a company at the forefront of technology and are really impressed with their platform. We know their customers will love our cross-border offering. “
While GlobalTranz has many leading transportation companies within its system, Moto Transportation offers direct cross-border shipping that reduces bulk cargo handling and transit times. This allows GlobalTranz customers to save costs and reduce damage.
“We are proud to partner with Moto Transportation to provide shippers with a leading cross-border LTL solution,” said Amy cook, Director of Managed Transportation Pricing at GlobalTranz. “Their excellent on-time delivery performance and low complaint rate will serve our customers well. They are a great addition to our full range of logistics solutions. “
Moto Transport is recognized as one of the from Canada major cross-border LTL freight carriers. Their experience working with Canadian and US Customs gives Moto Transportation a unique edge in the supply chain market. Beyond LTL offerings, Moto offers a full North American freight forwarding and multimode offer when LTL does not meet the needs. Moto operates terminals at Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, Dallas, and Houston. They are bonded by US and Canadian customs.
If you would like more information on this topic, please contact Anastasia Petukhova at 604-757-2441 or by email [email protected]
SOURCE Motorcycle Transport