Whether you’re moving a single load, or require total freight management, GTI USA is dedicated to providing data-driven, end-to-end transportation solutions. Our energetic, experienced team of industry veterans understand how to leverage data from technology in ways that make every solution we present smarter, savvier, and noticably more efficient.
By leveraging our cutting-edge technology, a vast third-party carrier network, and decades of experience, GTI USA is revolutionizing the freight brokerage and logistics industry to provide more support, communication, and on-time deliveries to our clients and third-party carriers.
We focus on creating capacity to move freight efficiently and safely. With extensive knowledge of market availability and capacity, our experts are ready to match clients’ freight with the right third-party carrier based on cargo type, preferred lanes, equipment needs, and availability—all day, every day.
When you have frequent, routine freight moves that require additional resources, GTI USA provides total freight-management solutions. Our team and technology integrate seamlessly with your logistics department.
Utilizing two different cutting-edge technologies, we provide automated communication and real-time dashboards so clients can track critical KPIs.
Whether we’re moving one load or multiple, our freight tracking maximizes three key features: GPS, status, and location through data integrations and carrier-submitted updates.
GTI USA Solutions
At GTI USA, we leverage extensive market knowledge and experience to provide logistics and total freight management solutions for clients, as well as a steady stream of opportunities for our third-party relationships.
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