Determining your shipment’s freight class is a critical step in effectively managing your supply chain. With impending NMFC (National Motor Freight Classification®) changes scheduled for April 25, including a change to Filter Stock, Paper, NMFC 150970, the classification change could produce a 17-55% increase in rates.
Ascent’s transportation experts address the most common questions and areas of confusion that relate to freight class and NMFC rules.
In this live version of NAFA’s Talking Air Filtration, NAFA’s Tony Veroeven will facilitate a conversation with Ascent Global Logistics to help increase your knowledge of ever-changing shipping criteria and learn how Ascent can mitigate rate increases through its carrier negotiation capabilities.
The conversation will address your FAQs about Freight Classification & NMFC Rules.
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Who Should Attend?
- VP of Operations
- Vice President
- Logistics Manager
- Office Manager
- Transportation Manager
5 Minutes – NAFA’s Partner relationship with Ascent Global Logistics, how Ascent serves NAFA Members
20 Minutes – How a classification change in NMFC 150970, could produce a 17-55% increase in shipping rates.
10 Minutes – Q/A with Brooks and Matt
- Brooks Wise, Regional Vice President of Sales, Ascent Global Logistics
- Matt Lacy, Regional Vice President of Sales, Ascent Global Logistics
More on Freight Classification & NMFC Rules
Regardless of how much industry experience you have, determining freight classification and staying in line with the National Motor Freight Traffic Association’s (NMFTA) rules can be frustrating, especially if you get it wrong. However, determining your shipment’s freight class is a critical step in effectively managing your supply chain. Not only does class determine your hard cost, but it’s also a vital factor when it comes to dealing with possible claims or disputes.
Ascent Global Logistic’s transportation experts address the most common questions and areas of confusion that relate to freight class and NMFC rules, uncomplicating the process for you. Although it may seem like Logistics 101, it’s crucial to refresh your knowledge of ever-changing shipping criteria.