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FTL Optimization

Drop & hook, and live loads


Streamline your  trucking operations 

Boost the performance of your trucking operations

with LoadPro 

  • Drop and Hook

  • Live Loads

  • Backhaul

  • First and Middle Mile

Drop & Hook

Drop and hook operations can be challenging to manage, especially when you are dealing with a large number of trucks and drivers. Drop and hook is a process used in the trucking industry where a truck driver drops off a trailer at a designated location, and then hooks up to a pre-loaded trailer to continue their journey. The driver doesn't have to wait for the trailer to be loaded or unloaded - they simply drop off an empty trailer and pick up a loaded one.

This process can save time and increase efficiency as it eliminates the need for the driver to wait for the loading and unloading process to be completed, which can take hours or even days. By using drop and hook, trucking companies can keep their trucks on the road and increase the number of loads they can haul in a day, thereby increasing revenue. With LoadPro, you can:


  • Optimize your drop and hook planning

  • Reduce the time spent on each drop and hook

  • Improve your overall delivery schedules

  • Increase the productivity of your fleet

  • Save money & reduce fuel costs

  • Improve your customer service by delivering your products on time

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Live Loads

Live loads refer to shipments that are loaded onto a truck while the truck is present at the loading dock or delivery site. The term "live" refers to the fact that the loading process is taking place in real-time while the driver is present.

Live load planning can be a difficult and time-consuming process because it requires coordination between the driver, the loading dock staff, and the transportation coordinator. Delays in the loading or unloading process can result in missed delivery deadlines, increased costs, and decreased customer satisfaction.

Live loads can include perishable goods, such as fresh produce or seafood, that require immediate loading and unloading to maintain their quality. Other types of live loads can include time-sensitive shipments, such as medical supplies or equipment that needs to be delivered quickly.

LoadPro is the perfect solution for live loads planning process.

  • Improve the efficiency of your live load planning

  • Reduce the time spent waiting for loading and unloading

  • Improve your overall delivery schedules 

  • Increase your customer satisfaction

  • Reduce your operational costs

  • Maintain the quality of your shipments

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