Freight Claim Management Products

We simplify the complex process of cargo and freight claim management with state-of-the-art freight claim management products designed by experienced professionals. Our freight claim products and services were developed with the user in mind. They're designed to simplify the entire work flow process, from data entry and information processing to carrier claim payments. We provide all the tools from freight claim notification, tracking, search capabilities, claim presentation and multiple reporting tools.

MyEZClaim

Freight Claim Software
For Shippers, Brokers & 3PLs

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CarrierClaim

Freight Claim Software
For Carriers

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Return Authorization

Return Management Software
For Shippers, Consignees, Brokers & 3PLs

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Carrier Wise

Carrier Insurance Management
For Shippers, Brokers & 3PLs

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Vendor Claim

Vendor Claim Software
For Shippers & Consignees

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Overcharge

Overcharge Claim Software
For Shippers, Brokers & 3PLs

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