Introducing the Axele Blog for Truckload Carriers

You might be asking yourself, “Does the world really need another blog, even one specific to truckload carriers?”

Our answer: Yes. Because too many blogs currently out there for carriers are written for large carriers. Our mission is to provide small to mid-size carriers with the information you need to be more profitable, work fewer hours and keep your drivers happy.

We plan to cover topics that affect your business and your life, such as:

  • How to optimize your trips to increase profitability
  • How to keep your drivers happy and driving for you
  • What do the latest FMCSA regulations mean to a smaller carrier?
  • How can you work within HOS to make more profitable trips?
  • And much more

You also might be wondering, who are these people? Axele is a new transportation management system, just launched this summer, but the expertise behind Axele is not new. Axele’s parent company, Optym, has over twenty years of experience in applying automation and optimization technology to the world’s largest airlines, railroad and less than truckload companies. Now, we’ve harnessed this power for the truckload industry in Axele.

Plus, we’ve assembled a team of experts with multiple years of experience in transportation who have seen what’s right and wrong about trucking software. And we’re on a mission to provide something better, software that helps you optimize your profit while working less and satisfying your drivers. We hope you’ll come along with us.

What Do You Want to Read About?

In order to accomplish that goal, our first question is: What do you want to read about?

We want to hear from you about the issues that are on your mind. What questions or problems keep you awake at night? What nagging issue have you never figured out?

We’ll ask experts and do the research you don’t have time to do so that you can stay up to date on the issues that impact your business.

All you need to do is click on the link below and complete a short survey telling us what you want to know more about. Feel free to write in your questions, too—we want to know what’s on your mind. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.

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