Parcel & Freight Shipping FAQ

UPS and FedEx Contract Negotiation Questions

Do UPS and FedEx work with freight contract negotiation companies?

We have many satisfied customers who can attest to the fact that our shipping contract negotiation services have reduced UPS and FedEx costs. Though it is common for carrier account executives to attempt to dissuade you from procuring freight contract negotiation help with your UPS contract negotiations and FedEx contract negotiations, third party shipping consultants are a standard part of the industry. Lojistic can help you negotiate good shipping contracts and answer any UPS questions and FedEx questions that you might have.

Is Lojistic affiliated with UPS or FedEx?

No. Our team is comprised of individuals that have former employment experience with UPS, FedEx, DHL, and other freight carriers but Lojistic has no affiliation with any carrier and gets no benefit from UPS for a UPS freight contract or from any other carrier for their freight contracts. This enables us to suggest and provide unbiased shipping cost reduction solutions and advice when you are looking for a good UPS contract and low UPS negotiated rates, as well as the best contracts and rates for other carriers.

Will your FedEx and UPS contract negotiation services adversely affect my carrier relationships?

We work with high volume shippers whose business model is predicated on the ability to ship product around the world. Our UPS and FedEx contract negotiation services help improve your carrier relationship by reminding your carrier that they must offer excellent service and price to retain your business. It is important that UPS and FedEx be willing to offer your company excellent pricing and service in each UPS contract and FedEx contract that they offer. Our freight contract negotiations will reduce shipping costs and improve your carrier's level of service, and our parcel audit service can help you develop the right UPS questions and proper FedEx questions to ask your carrier.

Can you guarantee that FedEx and UPS cost savings will result from your carrier contract negotiation services?

Lojistic is 100% confident that your company will experience freight cost reduction after our team helps to improve current UPS contracts and FedEx contracts through FedEx and UPS contract negotiations. We can guarantee to reduce shipping costs in your FedEx and UPS freight contract. Our shipping contract negotiation services will produce freight cost savings that have previously been overlooked. Our parcel freight negotiation team will prove superior value with quantifiable results when you trust us to secure the best FedEx and UPS negotiated rates.

How do you calculate the UPS and FedEx cost savings that result from your contract negotiation services?

After Lojistic negotiates your new small parcel carrier agreement and you put it into effect, you will begin to experience freight cost savings from our FedEx and UPS contract negotiations. By comparing the net shipping costs under the new carrier contract versus what net shipping costs would have been under the former carrier contract, we can easily determine the actual freight cost savings that have resulted from our freight negotiation services. Our freight audit services are particularly useful for determining the amount you have saved on your new FedEx contract or UPS contract.

How long does it take you to negotiate a new UPS and FedEx contract?

Some of the most common freight management UPS questions and FedEx questions we receive concern the length of time Lojistic takes for UPS and FedEx contract negotiation. Our freight contract negotiation services are very systematic. Since we hold the carriers accountable to a defined timeline, the entire process usually takes no longer than six to eight weeks to secure the best FedEx or UPS negotiated rates. The burden of effort to produce timely results and significant freight cost reduction is a top priortity when it comes to your new FedEx or UPS freight contract. Lojistic can reduce shipping costs for your company and we will prove it.