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COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa- Bat Logistics, one of the most expeditious growing 3PL providers of Transportation, is utilizing Microsoft Azure Machine Learning and Predictive Analytics to develop an implement that will forecast what freight rates will look like in one to 12 months. The implement will be just one more value-integrated accommodation BAT provides to all its customers starting sometime in 2019
“Imagine the competency to lock into a contracted rate just before spot rates soar. Imagine the faculty to forecast how long spot rates will outperform contracting rates and vice versa. Imagine the facility to soothsay how peak seasons will impact freight rates,” verbally expressed Jarrod Marinello, executive of BAT Logistics.
BAT graded the precision of the prognostication implement for 15 months because the company wanted the highest precision it can get. With each test, the precision has amended, and the implement is currently at 60 percent precision. BAT believes, predicated on on the incrementation in precision over the past 15 months, that the precision will be at 75 percent some time in 2018. Anything over 75 percent precision offers extreme value.
BAT will implement 2019
About BAT Logistics
Backhaul and Track Logistics d/b/a BAT Logistics provides transportation solutions to the shipping community. Our core strength is full truck load services in dry, refrigerated, and rail commodities. Our services are executed using key national carriers with a focus on small to medium sized carriers. We operate in headhaul and backhaul lanes both regionally and cross-country. We also utilize door-to-door rail services that cover the entire nation. Our industry knowledge and experience using rail transportation gives us a clear and distinct advantage over the competition.
Phone – 402-712-7256
Fax – 402-712-7200
20 Arena Way, Suite 2
Council Bluffs, IA 51501
OMAHA, NE–(July 17th, 2011)-BAT Logistics, provider of 3rd Party Logistics and Transportation solutions, now offers small parcel shipping.
Whether your needs are for full truck load or shipping less than 150lbs, BAT Logistics can haul it.
BAT Logistics expert personnel, infrastructure and knowledge, as well as our established agreements with transportation partners allow BAT Logistics to offer the most competitive prices.
For pricing or to discuss a requirement, please email us or contact us direct at firstname.lastname@example.org or (402)885-8100.
BAT’s Small Parcel Limits
Maximum weight: 150 pounds
Maximum length: 9ft
Length+Girth 165 inches
10701 South 72nd St
“Hanging Around Until The Job’s Done”
Papillion, Neb.- A based third party logistics provider that specializes full truck load, less than truck load flat bed, refrigerated, interna tional, and rail services, reports its all time growth in sales revenue, for the three months, ended June 30, 2010.
Remarking on BAT Logistics growth, one of the owners, Jarrod Marinello said, “We are extremely grateful for the first half of 2010, followed by third consecutive year-over-year growth due largely to employee retention, added capacity and our ability to react quickly to market conditions.”
While truck load capacity tightened in the industry, BAT managed to increase its carrier base above 25 percent in the past four months.
BAT Logistics head quartered in Papillion, Neb., is a privately held third party logistics provider.
For information about BAT Logistics services please contact (800)BAT-TRUX, www.batlogistics.com or send us an email at email@example.com.
OMAHA, Neb.– July 2, 2011 – Shippers should be aware of the Anti-Indemnity Laws that may have already been passed in their own state.
Shippers require their transportation providers to hold them harmless from any and all losses regardless of who’s at fault. The passing of the Anti-indemnity Law means indemnity agreements in motor carrier contracts are against state public policy and, therefore, void. That puts the balance of liability back to shippers doing business with motor carriers directly.
However, the Anti-Indemnity Law does not pertain to shippers contracting with 3pls/freight brokers. This could mean more business for 3pls/freight brokers, but at how much risk to themselves?