The “Amazon experience” is coming to the world of car shipping as Super Dispatch launches a new platform to bring the auto transportation industry up to the speed companies are demanding: now, said Bek Abdullayev.
“We are creating a better way to transport cars with new technology that solves major problems for shippers and carriers,” said Abdullayev, CEO of the Kansas City-based, industry-leading B2B software startup for truckers who transport cars.
As the $12 billion auto transport industry expands and technology advances, carriers and shippers need software to not only manage their businesses and shipments of cars, but also to easily communicate and eliminate paperwork, Super Dispatch said in a press release announcing the new end-to-end platform. Until now, the industry has been plagued by decades-old technologies that are incompatible with one another.
“Auto transport companies — like companies in many other industries — have unique complexities that require an incredibly specific solution,” said Ben Hubbard, Super Dispatch COO. “Just like our customers use trucks specifically designed for shipping vehicles, they also benefit from using software that is designed to solve problems they were facing on a daily basis.”
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Super Dispatch’s existing Carrier Transportation Management System (TMS) will now connect to a Shipper TMS and a predictive marketplace, the company said. These technologies will provide transparency and efficiency to the entire car shipping process, allowing shippers and carriers to post, offer, accept, track, inspect, invoice and pay for loads — all in one place.
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Super Dispatch released the first electronic Bill of Lading app for car haulers in 2013. Today it offers the No. 1 used and preferred free Bill of Lading app and paid TMS in the car hauling industry, the company said.