Freight Brokerage services expand CJ Logistics’ reach

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CJ Logistics’ Freight Brokerage service offering works in tandem with the company’s Asset and Managed Transportation teams to expand CJ Logistics’ reach with dynamic and reliable transportation services.

Leveraging an asset-based fleet and non-asset capabilities through thousands of vetted carrier partners, CJ Logistics provides Freight Brokerage services across the US. The company’s extensive carrier network includes long-standing relationships with nationwide LTL carriers, and rail and cargo ship companies. 

CJ Logistics creates value across the company’s integrated services by having a customer-obsessed culture that drives its actions in transportation, freight forwarding and warehouse management. The CJ Logistics team brings this approach to its freight brokerage capability every day, for both shipper and carrier partners. 

“We recognize that shippers, regardless of market conditions, expect transportation partners to create value through price, capacity, communication and trust,” said Mark Hurley, Director, Brokerage. “Our approach supports any lane, any load coverage. Enabled by our integrated services network, we deliver exceptional value in our core geographies. We believe we are building tomorrow’s business with today’s service.”

With dedicated customer service and the resources of a global Supply Chain Innovator, CJ Logistics creates value by focusing on optimal solutions with no minimum volume requirement.

Full Truckload – A journey reserved for one shipment only, whether a shipment fills the entire trailer space or there’s a need to ensure fast delivery with no transloading.

Less Than Truckload – In LTL shipping, a truck is available to carry more than one shipment. With this cost-effective way to ship a small amount of cargo, each shipper only pays for space used and the rest of the truck will be filled with other shipments.

Dry – Dry trailers keep goods and products protected from external elements, like weather conditions, road debris, accidents, etc. This is the most common way to ship standard cargo that does not require temperature control. 

Temperature Controlled – A refrigerated or “reefer” trailer, a heavily insulated and tightly sealed container, has a Trailer Refrigeration Unit (TRU) mounted on the outside of the front wall to control the temperature inside the trailer.

Flatbed – Flatbed trucks, large vehicles with flat bodies and no sides or roof around the bed, transport heavy and oversized loads that won’t be compromised in bad weather or on rough roads.

Intermodal – Intermodal shipping refers to moving freight by two or more modes of transportation. Cargo loaded into intermodal containers can move seamlessly between trucks, trains and ships.

CJ Logistics provides integrated supply chain services for customers around the world, maximizing customer value through continuous improvement and innovation. For information about CJ Logistics supply chain management solutions:

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