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Why Network FOB?

There’s a reason there is a + in our logo. N+FOB truly is a network of experts, technology and service-oriented people that go above and beyond in every way, making sure your shipment is priority one. No matter what you’re shipping, or where it’s going, your shipment is in good hands at every touch point in the process, including these four main focus areas:

+ SPECIALIZATION IN SENSITIVE, HIGH-TOUCH CARGO

Some companies don’t want to mess with anything that’s big, heavy or ugly—not us though. We know just how important that type of oversized critical machinery is to you. That’s why it’s equally as important to us; especially for military maneuver exercises, on-site construction machinery, tunneling and substation movements.

+ LAST-MINUTE CRITICAL CAPACITY NEEDS

In the shipping business, every second counts. And so does every truck. No matter how busy we are, we will locate an available truck to meet your shipping needs. While other companies may say “no,” you can count on us to not only say, “yes,” but to follow through on that commitment. And you can count on it 24/7 because our agent network never closes.

+ RAPID RESPONSIVENESS

Certain situations call for quick decisions, not added layers of red tape that slows down action. So you won’t find us hindering a business owner’s decision to satisfy their customer. Instead, we empower them with the ability to act as needed, deciding which carrier is best and how to deliver the cargo. And automation with technology allows everyone to focus on the customer, rather than busywork.

+ MUTUAL RESPECT WITH CARRIERS

Our carriers are the lifeline of our operation, which is why we make sure our relationship is rock solid so customers can always rely on us. We ensure carriers receive the proper rates – on time, every time by providing them with immediate access to their payment status through our carrier portal. We even give cash advances when needed to help alleviate financial burdens. It sets us apart from the competition and brings us closer to our carriers, and our customers.

 

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Are Drones a Legitimate Delivery Method

Posted by networkfob on July 19, 2017
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Category: Blog, Business
Delivery systems have been made more efficient over the years to cater to the ongoing demands of the market which centers around fast and convenient delivery services, given that current lifestyle needs are always fast-paced. Using drones for delivery of goods have been increasingly employed in the military or emergency situations, and despite the benefits of drone delivery, the use of drones for delivery in the commercial setting is still prohibited in countries like the
role of logistics in an organization
Over the years, many systems have made their fair share of impact in the business industry to shape it into what it is today with fast, efficient and reliable systems being implemented to optimize business operations and customer support. With the supply and demand concepts in place, the functions of logistics systems in any business have made many enterprises successful in a way where many businesses effectively employed good logistics management strategies to maximize the

What Is The Future of Logistics

Posted by networkfob on July 19, 2017
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Category: Blog
Despite the many challenges faced by the logistics industry today, the future of the logistics industry is still expected to experience growth, given that more efficient logistics management strategies are now taking center stage in each company to make business more competitive on a global scale. With recent developments in technology, the future of logistics is on a more positive note, especially with emerging trends in logistics slowly integrating technology with operations. Challenges Faced by

SPECIALIZATION IN SENSITIVE

Posted by networkfob on May 5, 2017
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Category: Demo
Some companies don’t want to mess with anything that’s big, heavy or ugly—not us though. We know just how important that type of oversized critical machinery is to you. That’s why it’s equally as important to us; especially for military maneuver exercises, on-site construction machinery, tunneling and substation movements.