June 6, 2023
3 min

Fasten your seatbelts for a deep dive journey into the future of the logistics industry! Our CEO, Ed Stockman, will be steering the conversation at the highly anticipated Broker Carrier Summit this October. Discover the emerging world of "Digital Freight Matching and the Future of Freight Partnerships" with Ed, on October 12th, 2023, at 10:30 AM.

The summit, taking place from October 12-13 at the Tampa Marriott Water Street, Tampa, FL, is an initiative that unites Freight Brokers and Motor Carriers under one roof, carving out a unique platform for forging long-term relationships, exploring new strategies, and boosting profitability.

As a frontrunner in the logistics industry, newtrul is at the helm of creating cutting-edge solutions designed to combat growing distrust and inefficiencies in the industry. Ed's talk will offer you an exclusive sneak peek into the world of digital freight matching. This transformative platform is the cornerstone of newtrul's mission to craft a safer, more efficient, and trustworthy freight ecosystem.

We believe that with the power of technology, we can create a more transparent industry that empowers its stakeholders rather than leaving them vulnerable to fraud. We invite you to experience this first-hand by joining Ed Stockman in this insightful discussion at the summit.

If you're ready to revolutionize your approach to freight, newtrul stands ready to guide you. Post-summit, we invite you to request a demo of our proprietary digital freight matching platform. It's time to seize the future of freight and make it your own.

Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to be part of the new wave of logistics transformation. Reserve your spot today and get ready to rethink freight with Newtrul.

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Together, let's create a safer, smarter, and more efficient logistics future.

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