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Southeastern Freight Lines promotes new service center manager

Keith Schneider has held various leadership positions with Southeastern, and will relocate to fulfill this new role.

Southeastern Freight Lines opens Austin, Texas service center 

The new center consists of 120 dock doors and 57 associates.

Southeastern Freight Lines opens service center in New Orleans

The facility additions include enhanced office and dispatch spaces, new appointment warehouses, a bunkhouse, gym and more.

Do you really own your trucks’ data?

Forget what you’ve heard. Forget what you’ve read. While the mantra in the industry has been that “fleets own their data,” the actual ownership of your information is determined by the end-user license agreements (EULAs) you have with your data service providers, from OEMs to third party providers. Today’s reality is that you only own

Southeastern Freight Lines is providing added value with its final mile fleet

Having been in business for 68 years, Southeastern Freight Lines (SEFL) has prospered by continually finding new solutions for serving its diverse range of customers. Today, the privately-owned, regional less-than-truckload (LTL) fleet, based in Lexington, S.C., specializes in next-day service in the southern U.S. Recently, SEFL has experienced significant growth in its final mile delivery

Southeastern Freight Lines recognized with PeopleNet Ovation Award

Regional LTL transportation services company Southeastern Freight Lines has been awarded the 2018 PeopleNet Ovation Award in the Data Master category. Previously known as the Innovator of the Year awards, the in.sight Ovation Awards celebrate PeopleNet customers who are driving innovation in the transportation industry. Southeastern was recognized within the Data Master category for the

Streamlining fleet operations through onboard technology

In any business, it’s important to maintain constant communication across the organization to effectively manage operations and produce the best results. This concept reigns true in the transportation and logistics industry, and has become especially relevant for professionals working in fleet services. To achieve such constant communication, trucking companies rely on technology to communicate with

IT Asset Management
Southeastern Freight Lines leverages onboard technology

With all the new onboard technology on trucks these days, one major nationwide carrier has found ways to use the data to effectively track vehicle performance and scheduling maintenance using information from the systems. According to Kerry Stritt, vice president of fleet services, Southeastern Freight Lines (SEFL): “We have been utilizing the PeopleNet system to