EDI through Load Tenders
Look them up in the system to see if we have ever done business?
Take the order and work out the details for payment after we haul the load?
Turn down the load because we don’t do business with people you don’t know?
Look the product up in the system to see if we have ever hauled it before?
Ask for a MSDS sheet, then forward it to the product approval group?
Take the order and worry about the details later?
Turn down the load because we don’t haul products we are not familiar with?
Ask them for a rate?
Take the order and worry about the rate later?
Email the pricing group to ensure we have a rate in place?
Turn down the load because we don’t haul loads without rates?
I Google the route then I use my trusty calculator based on a 45 MPH average and the miles shown on Google?
I use the mileage lookup in TMW, then I use the Transit Time Calculator on the intranet?
I look at the map and use my trusty calculator based on a 56 MPH average?
A valid phone number?
A billing address?
I am not supposed to take loads from brokers, they must go through our Central Dispatch Department for approval?
I ask my Boss?
What how many loads the company tender miller.
Who pays the freight.
Is the company a 3rd party
The system is slow.
I have to create the order again in my system.
I have to update/accept the order in their system, and then create the order again in my system.
I have no trucks available.
Order was not tendered via EDI
I dont feel like it
The order number and the date/time I took the order.
My initials, and ORDER NUMBER.
My initials and the date/time I took the order.
All the Above
Fax it to customer service.
Scan it and file it.
Fax it to Central Dispatch.
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