Utilizing sophisticated software to manage all of your transportation needs in one place brings the added benefit of optimal efficiency and cost savings to your logistics.
Single Point Resource
Every Envoy Logistics customer is assigned a single point of contact. This person will know your account and understand your unique business needs. You can rely on them for any issue or question that arises throughout the business day.
The services we provide to you are dynamic and flexible. As your needs change, your services can be reassessed and modified to meet your changing business demands.
We will handle any claim that may happen. We will need a few pieces of information from you, and then we will do the rest.
The management of carriers is up to you. You can route your freight, or we can manage it for you based upon your needs and expectations.
Utilizing TMS (Transportation Management System) allows Envoy the ability to provide custom reporting along with specific reports generated upon request. Let us demonstrate how seamless and efficient our services can be.
Less than a truck load- LTL
“LTL” stands for less than truckload, meaning that the shipment will not take up an entire truck. These types of shipments typically weigh between 100 and 10,000 pounds. With an LTL shipment, you only pay for the space in the truck that you need.
Truck load - TL
“FTL” stands for full truckload, meaning that the shipment will take up an entire truck by itself. It’s generally pretty easy to know when your shipment needs to be shipped via FTL, but sometimes smaller shipments can also benefit from FTL freight shipping. If your shipment is high-risk, FTL may be the better option.
International Air & Ocean
FCL (Full Container-Load) An ocean-shipping and intermodal industry term; a full container-load shipment is when a shipper contracts for the transportation of an entire container. The vast majority of intermodal and ocean freight is contracted in this manner.
Intermodal transportation utilizes special standardized containers to transport cargo on trucks, freight trains and ships. These standardized containers are large rectangular boxes, capable of being secured to special trailers. The containers are durable, constructed of steel and built so that they can be transferred between the different modes of transportation.