Turn Complexity into a Competitive Advantage
Plan, execute and monitor your supply chain workflows more efficiently — and simplify your most complex and unusual special deliveries such as residential curbside and threshold for less than truckload (LTL) sized shipments.
LTL spend managed annually
Match Carrier Capabilities
to your service needs
Meet every delivery need
Turn to AFS for capacity with known rates and smooth delivery for your most unconventional shipments, from the first to the final mile. Our less than truckload experts help you navigate a wider range of market and shipment fluctuations, including inside, curbside, off-hours deliveries and more to meet every service and cost challenge.
The value of specialty services
Capacity and carrier coverage are just the first part of the equation. Special deliveries often have more unique challenges — with more potential for ill-timed responses and delays throughout the supply chain. Use our TMS to collect and analyze critical data from your shipping operations while leveraging our less than truckload team of experts to gain insightful tips and guidance for addressing your special delivery needs, validating carriers, and building your brand and service to your customers. All with real-time shipment visibility and known freight charges that validate delivery to your end users.
Nothing less than full service
From identifying your needs, matching those needs to carrier capabilities, negotiations to coverage and fuel management programs, AFS provides comprehensive special delivery services, including more carrier options, quotes on demand, better accuracy, improved service and lower prices. And it’s all delivered with a single, convenient invoice.
Ensuring Client Success
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