This multi-year agreement with Wabash will add new Loadsmith-branded Wabash DuraPlate dry van trailers into service over the coming years, giving carriers and shippers the capacity they need to maximize operational and freight efficiency. In addition, the Wabash TaaS platform will provide Loadsmith with maintenance and repair provided by Wabash's national dealer network.
"As the freight transportation industry evolves quickly, we're pleased to be at the forefront of innovation, with solutions and partners like Wabash that are driving the next generation of logistics efficiency," said Brett Suma, Loadsmith CEO.
The Loadsmith Freight Network (LFN) allows small and mid-size carriers to scale their customer reach without making a significant capital investment, enabling them to take on high-volume lanes they otherwise would not be able to tap into. With the Loadsmith platform, carriers can book, track, and monitor trailers in real time through the mobile Loadsmith Driver App and its forthcoming Carrier Portal.
The added capacity through the Wabash TaaS platform allows Loadsmith to scale its offering to meet the needs of any size customer, engage with more shippers, and deliver consistent freight for carriers through a simple, easy-to-use platform.
"Loadsmith is leading the digital transformation in the trucking industry with a comprehensive technology platform that's solving both our current logistics needs and powering a more efficient, resilient supply chain for the future," Suma concluded.
To learn more about the Loadsmith CaaS platform, visit www.loadsmith.com.