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Hello and welcome back to another episode of “The Freight Project Podcast!”

On today’s episode we welcome Hannah Testani, Chief Operating Officer of Intelligent Audit, a global logistics and freight audit company.  

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“The Freight Project Podcast” – Episode 5 – Hannah Testani, Intelligent Audit, COO – How Shippers Can Compete Against Rising Transportation Costs & Competition Using Data

In this episode, Hannah and I will talk about how she got involved in the logistics industry and how she, as COO, is positioning Intelligent Audit for the future aiding her father who founded the company over 20 years ago.

In this “The Freight Project Podcast” episode you’ll hear:

  • Hannah address one the biggest issues shippers face today: rising transportation costs.  
  • How shippers can overcome rising rates by getting access to better data all while increasing customer loyalty and retain customers.
  • How carriers evolve the way in which they charge shippers and how shippers who understand these changes are poised to address these changes are suited to mitigate rising transportation costs. 
  • The role of technology providers as a partner to shippers and the role technology plays in aiding shippers to combat rising costs and find available capacity.

We hope you enjoy this very first episode of The Freight project podcast!

Listen to “How Shippers Can Compete Against Rising Transportation Costs & Competition Using Data” on Spreaker.

Resources to Download to Help Mitigate Rising Transportation Costs

The Great Capacity Crunch: The Current State, Future Outlook, and How Shippers Can Thrive in Any Capacity Crunch

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8 Big Factors to Consider for Efficient LTL Shipping

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Transportation Metrics that Matter the Most for Shippers to Track to Improve Performance