Tom Connery, chief operating officer for NEMF, said, "At New England Motor Freight and the Shevell Group, we are committed to finding technologies that are not only good for our business, but also help us make a positive contribution to the environment.
Mitch Weseley, OPS president and CEO, said, "The Shevell Group and its member company, NEMF are ideally suited for using the OPS-1 system.
Based in Elizabeth, NJ, family-owned less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier NEMF serves its customers from terminals throughout the Northeast and Midwest, as well as Florida, Puerto Rico and Canada.
We're very excited about joining with NEMF to be able to offer shippers high quality service and fast delivery through our combined resources.
Both NEMF and AAA Cooper are committed to `on time, every time' delivery.
Similarly, NEMF employees go through comprehensive Total Quality Process training.
For additional information on this service, contact Jon Shevell at NEMF, (908) 985-0100 x 207, or Jerry Butterworth at AAA Cooper (334) 793-2284.
Solid planning will benefit both our internal (workers) and external customers," said John Karlberg, President & COO of NEMF.
NEMF, a leading regional, family-owned, less-than-truckload carrier with 30 terminals serving the Northeast, Florida, Canada and Puerto Rico, continues a trend of regional less-than-truckload carriers to employ SuperSpin, and joins more than 20 carriers who currently employ the tool.
OptiSchedule will allow us to build successful, cost-effective driver schedules in a fraction of the time it takes to create them manually," said Rich Cabral, Vice President of Operations for NEMF.