Supply chain industry veterans Reid Klosowsky and Bill Maroney launch Freight Think, a transportation advisory group, in partnership with NT Logistics, to help shippers reduce freight expense, increase profitability, and support environmental goals

FRISCO, Texas, March 21, 2023 ~ Reid Klosowsky and Bill Maroney, two veterans of the supply chain industry, have joined forces with NT Logistics to launch Freight Think, an advisory group dedicated to helping business leaders optimize their transportation strategies in order to increase efficiency and reduce costs.

Lynn Gravley, President and CEO of NT Logistics, expressed her enthusiasm for the venture. "Reid and Bill have a combined 40-plus years of experience in the supply chain industry. They understand how to bridge the gap between product people and logistics people in order to maximize performance and cost. Plus, they are aware of how busy teams are today, so they've designed services that can be implemented quickly."

Freight Think uses a four-part approach to negotiate, validate, analyze, and optimize freight expenditures. The process is designed for speed with an average timeline of two weeks from start to finish. The company offers a variety of services such as carrier contract review and analysis, freight bill auditing, packaging and network design, routing compliance and optimization, carbon reduction guidance, performance measurement, end-to-end visibility, and speed/service strategies.

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Klosowsky noted that shippers need to take a more surgical approach when it comes to improving profitability. "By understanding how product and freight work together companies can be smarter about their operations while gaining efficiency. We often find simple solutions that can drive significant value."

Freight Think works with shippers throughout the U.S., helping them answer questions such as whether current shipping rates are favorable or if freight dollars are being spent efficiently. The company also provides a complimentary assessment which helps shippers identify potential savings opportunities through its Business Intelligence platform which combines experience with analytics for powerful results.

Maroney added that being more efficient is not only "the right thing to do" but also good business sense: "Whether it's minimizing redundant moves or removing empty space from containers or trailers – these measures can help businesses reach their ESG goals while also improving profitability."
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