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Why Your uShip Carrier Profile Matters (Hint: It Involves Gold)

Why Your uShip Carrier Profile Matters (Hint: It Involves Gold)

What do you think your potential customers trust more? a. Newspaper articles b. Online customer reviews c. Ads in a magazine d. Online banner ads If you chose b. online customer reviews then you made the right call. New Nielsen research says 70% of people trust online consumer opinions, second…Read more

Power Provider Program to Be Replaced by New Programs

Power Provider Program to Be Replaced by New Programs

Effective on November 1st  2011, two new rewards programs will be replacing the Power Provider program. The current program lumps brokers and carriers together under the same requirements. We recognize that, over the years, it’s been harder for owner-operators and smaller carriers to qualify for the Power Provider program than…Read more

Verification Now Required to Display Carrier Authority on Profiles

Verification Now Required to  Display Carrier Authority on Profiles

As of June 7, 2011, in order for US carriers to display MC/DOT numbers in their uShip profiles, uShip will require verification that the account holder is the owner of the MC/DOT numbers provided.  Carrier authority will then be automatically monitored by CarrierWatch. This update will make it easier for…Read more

Brokered Loads Now Accessible to More Carriers

Brokered Loads Now Accessible to More Carriers

A few weeks ago, uShip introduced brokered freight into its spot market freight exchange, giving CarrierWatch-verified carriers the ability to start booking Brokered Loads on our marketplace. Today, Brokered Loads are now available for auction bidding for all carriers.  Transporters that would like to book loads instantly (i.e. minus the auction…Read more