Arrive Logistics, a freight brokerage company, announced their partnership with TriumphPay as well as the launch of an online freight portal called Carrier EDGE.

“Enhancing the ease of business is an investment into our relationship with carriers. Every fleet operates uniquely and needs access to custom solutions,” said Justin Frees, chief capacity officer at Arrive. “We know our carrier partners’ work is challenging, and we pride ourselves on being uniquely positioned to make that job easier any way we can.”

Through their partnership, Arrive will leverage TriumphPay’s payment processing platform to automate its brokerage network, offering a streamlined payment experience for carriers. By partnering with TriumphPay, carriers working with Arrive will also have access to QuickPay and greater visibility into their payments.

“We are delighted to be partnering with Arrive, one of our largest brokerage partners,” said Jordan Graft, chief executive officer at TriumphPay. “They are committed to improving the carrier and broker experience, and payment is a huge part of the equation.”

Arrive has also launched Carrier EDGE, an online portal built with proprietary technology enabling carriers to have 24/7 access to freight. Carrier EDGE offers complete visibility on previous and existing loads and enables carriers to manage shipments currently in transit or with outstanding offers. Through the portal, carriers have full access to available freight, can book loads instantly and are given the option to use the “Make an Offer” feature to submit an alternative, preferred rate online.

“Carriers need consistent freight and technology that’s straightforward and easy to use,” said Michael Senftleber, chief technology officer at Arrive. “Carriers are busy and have different, preferred ways of interacting. Our technology prioritizes the carrier experience so they can do business their way.”

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