AEMCA, 7LFreight announce partnership

The Air and Expedited Motor Carriers Association (AEMCA) announced Wednesday a partnership agreement with 7LFreight, bringing the latest technology to the AEMCA membership.

“We are all about delivering the ultimate member experience with an emphasis on creating more opportunities for the freight community by providing the best and most up-to-date information when making decisions regarding cartage or motor carriers,” Dave Kreigh, President of the AEMCA Board of Directors, said. “ We are very excited about partnering with 7L. What they bring to our table enhances AEMCA membership benefits while providing solid information to freight forwarders through our new and improved website.”

All membership data has been loaded into the 7LFreight system, which can be accessed through the AEMCA website’s search directory located on the home page. Freight Forwarders can utilize this directory to view up-to-date information on cartage and line haul members. In turn, the AEMCA membership will be easily identified on the 7LFreight website as carriers who participate in the association.

“When we learned that the AEMCA was redeveloping their directory and looking to offer service and scheduling data we felt it would be a natural fit for us to provide that information,” Brennan O’Dowd, Vice President of Sales at 7LFreight, said. “Utilizing our integration tools, AEMCA is able to provide up-to-date and accurate information to its community. We are very excited about partnering with AEMCA and look forward to supplying our data to one of the most reputable associations in the transportation industry.”

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