Old Dominion Freight Line has been a leader in shipping technology for over 85+ years. We leverage a number of state-of-the-art technologies to help manage global shipments more efficiently. Our technologies have helped us earn a sterling reputation for our on-time domestic shipping service record to 98 percent of the United States.
The Descartes system allows consolidation and swapping of routes. This helps Old Dominion Freight Line improve productivity, determine what staffing is needed, and provide much more detailed routing. This system also allows us to:
Garvey guns are used to individually mark all cartons with the same customer PRO number to insure the freight arrives at its intended destination. The Garvey pro helps to prevent misdirected freight in the event that the shipper's label falls off or shrink wrap becomes loose.
Moveable load bars are used to create multiple levels inside the trailer. These additional levels can hold up to 800 pounds per skid. This system allows us to better protect freight from any possible damage. We are also able to load the trailers more efficiently which in turn lowers our costs, ultimately saving the customer money.
Air bags are used to help cushion freight from any possible damage. These air bags are inflated as needed by compressors located at the service centers. They are placed around shipments for added protection. Airbags are used in conjunction with the deck trailers, providing shipments with a safer and more secure ride.
Old Dominion Freight Line has been in the freight transportation business for over 85+ years. In that time, we've learned to leverage state-of-the-art technologies that help our domestic and global shipping clients manage their cargo and freight efficiently. Need more information about OD Freight Handling Technology? If you wish to speak with a representative at Old Dominion Freight Line, click here to visit our Contact page or simply call 1-800-432-6335.
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