Guaranteed savings. Guaranteed coverage. Guaranteed Primary. A new way to RFP.
Convoy Guaranteed Primary
Guaranteed savings for shippers
Guaranteed Primary reduces freight costs for shippers of all sizes. By eliminating RFP overhead and the operational costs associated with tender rejection, shippers can save millions of dollars annually on their transportation budget.
100% tender acceptance for peace of mind, even in tight markets
With zero tender rejections, Guaranteed Primary eliminates the need to fall back to your routing guide or the spot market, where you pay a premium for last-minute loads and reduced service quality.
Unrivaled transparency into our truck costs, margin, and more
Convoy provides full pricing transparency into our truck costs and margin for every shipment. Receive a monthly insights report with your estimated savings, including what you would have spent using an RFP or the spot market.
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A new approach to primary freight
Learn the true costs of the RFP and how it fails to deliver on all of its promises. Plus, see how Guaranteed Primary has saved shippers millions annually while providing 100% tender acceptance, all without an RFP.
We like Convoy’s dynamic pricing model. Although the rates will ebb and flow over time, they are priced based on real time market conditions. Unlike our brokers, Convoy does not have to ‘mark up’ their margins to account for the static rate risk due to market variability.
– Senior Manager of Carrier Relations and Sourcing at The Home Depot
Learn More About Guaranteed Primary
Convoy Announces Guaranteed Primary
The zero-sum game of contract freight pits shippers against carriers and establishes relationships founded in mistrust. It’s time for a new alternative to the RFP.
The Road to Win-Win Contract Freight
Ryan Gavin, VP of Convoy’s Marketplace Growth, describes how Guaranteed Primary helps shippers lower their transportation costs while getting 100% tender acceptance.
Contract Freight’s Paper Curtain
Learn why RFPs and traditional freight contracts actually cost businesses more than if they were to simply ride the highs and lows of the spot market.