FleetOps integrates with Turvo Transportation Management System

FleetOps integrates with Turvo Transportation Management System

FleetOps, an aggregation and freight matching platform built exclusively for brokers and third-party logistics, has announced its most recent integration with Turvo. Turvo connects people, systems and organizations allowing shippers, logistics providers, and carriers to unite their supply chains, deliver outstanding customer experiences, collaborate in real-time, and accelerate growth, the companies noted. Through this partnership, Turvo customers will have access to FleetOps’ growing network of more than 227,000 drivers.

For freight brokerages using Turvo, this new integration will allow for posting of loads, access to quality capacity, onboarding of carriers, and booking of loads directly within the Turvo platform. Additionally, the partnership will give brokers the ability to reduce the number of external applications required to run their business and maintain their current transportation management system (TMS) processes while allowing access to a new subset of carriers interested in hauling their loads.

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