If something important is happening that affects trade anywhere in the world, clients of Universal Logistics read about it in one of two ways:
"A lot of things can influence the transit of imports and exports," said Mark Glionna, Vice President Client Service. "It could be a weather event, a labour interruption, new government legislation, a terrorist act or something else unexpected. Whatever it is, we are committed to getting the news to our clients as soon as possible."
Tip #18 – Develop a Request for Quotation (RFQ) form to simplify the process of securing freight rates
By standardizing the process when securing freight rates, you can control the quality of work and make the review of the rates easier.