Transplace

Transplace-Technology-Logistic Providers

Transplace is one of the largest providers of transportation-management services and logistics technologies that help manufacturers, retailers and distributors optimize their supply chain operations and improve their financial performance. Transplace offers a broad range of services for managing transportation and global trade, as well as specialized expertise in managing supply chains in such vertical markets as consumer packaged goods, manufacturing, retailing, and chemicals.

Transplace’s Transportation Management System (TMS) is designed for companies that require fast execution, optimized route plans, and access to their system on a 24/7 basis. The TMS is available either as Saas -- software as a service delivered to customers over the Internet -- or as MSaas -- software that can be downloaded immediately but is configured individually to each account.

Transplace’s broad array of Transportation Management Services include: Business Process Outsourcing, International Logistics Support, Freight Forwarding, Customs Brokerage and Compliance, Technology Integration, Procurement & Benchmarking, Client Network Collaboration, Strategic Carrier Management, Freight Bill Audit & Payment, and Freight Claims Management.

Transplace’s subsidiaries include Celtic International; Lakeside Logistics; Lanehub Inc., Logistics Management Solutions LLC; Torus Freight Systems, Transplace Compliance Services and Transplace Mexico.

03 Sep 2020
The flood of imports to Los Angeles and Long Beach this summer is squeezing truckload and LTL capacity on inland truck routes, more than doubling spot rates to Chicago, as intermodal capacity and e-commerce deadlines remain tight.
14 Jan 2020
“Continuous” truck moves collaboratively arranged by networks of shippers and carriers are the goal of Transplace’s acquisition of Lanehub.
Transplace aims to inject speed, transparency into freight payment
07 Oct 2019
Payment options and visibility for carriers working with progressive freight brokers are expanding, exemplified by Transplace’s integrations with two third-party solutions for small and larger carriers.