AJOT – August 29, 2017
project44 is offering LTL Transit Time and Visibility, and real-time Truckload Visibility products free for 30 days so that shippers can turn tracking and geo-location data into actionable insights to mitigate the effects of Hurricane Harvey.
DC Velocity – August 29, 2017 – Mark B. Solomon
project44 will offer its LTL transit time and visibility products, as well as its truckload visibility products, free of charge for the next 30 days so that shippers can gain visibility into what has become a compromised trucking network.
JOC – August 29, 2017
To help with Hurricane Harvey relief, project44 is offering its LTL transit time and visibility products, as well as its truckload visibility products, free over the next 30 days.
The Wall Street Journal – August 30, 2017
“We’re seeing the beginning of a massive impact on all trucking networks,” said Jett McCandless, CEO and Founder of project44. “It’s going to get ugly.”
DC Velocity – August 30, 2017 – Mark B. Solomon
Tommy Barnes, President of project44 and a veteran of more than 20 years in the LTL, truckload, and 3PL segments, estimated that it will cost LTL carriers in aggregate, as much as $250 million to restore their networks to pre-Harvey conditions.
Air Cargo World – August 30, 2017 – Randy Woods
project44 offers select visibility solutions free for the next 30 days so shippers can turn tracking and geolocation data into actionable visibility insights, and use them to make informed decisions about inventory during Hurricane Harvey’s wake.