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Brown Transfer announces 4.9 percent general rate increase

Effective April 1, 2017, Brown Transfer will implement a 4.9 percent general rate increase for our main service area.

While Brown Transfer remains committed to exceeding your expectations, this increase is necessary in order to maintain our overall service levels with the continually increasing costs associated with insurance, equipment, technology, and wages.

Brown Transfer will continue to work towards providing the best service possible during the coming year, and we wish to thank you for your continued support.

If you have any questions about our services or rate change, please contact your local account executive.  



Brown Transfer Co. Hands Off Bill Processing to DDC FPO

ATLANTA, Ga.– April 19, 2013

DDC FPO, a world leader in freight process outsourcing, has officially completed the rollout phase of bill data capture operations for Brown Transfer Company, a top LTL carrier based in the Midwest.

Brown Transfer faced many of the same issues that other large logistics providers deal with in data entry: High turnover rate, expensive monitoring, decentralized organization and inefficiencies throughout.

According to Brown Transfer’s Trevor Aden, Director of Business Development, the carrier looked to outsource its data entry to eliminate unnecessary time and costs. “Operationally,” Aden said, “We wanted to get the bills in as quickly as possible: Scanned, entered and onto worrying about LTL transportation.”

To resolve this issue, Brown reached out to DDC FPO. “We spoke with some peers and partners in the industry that we respect,” Aden stated, “and realized quickly that DDC was the best option.”

DDC FPO digitizes, captures and processes bills of lading, invoices and other critical documents for companies across the global freight industries. The firm is excited to now be part of the Brown Transfer success story, keying 5,800 bills per week for the carrier at an average 98% accuracy rate.

“Brown is at the forefront of trucking in the Midwest,” stated DDC FPO President Art Zipkin. “We look forward to providing continued business process improvement and process standardization for the Heartland’s No. 1 carrier.”

Brown has seen immense improvements in data entry efficiencies since bringing DDC FPO on board. “For the whole of the company, business is completed much, much quicker,” Aden explained. “At the end of the day, instead of worrying about the bills, we are focused on our core business.”

About Brown Transfer Company
Founded in 1925, Brown Transfer Company is the premier regional provider of consistently reliable trucking services. The third-generation family owned and operated business’ corporate headquarters is located in Kearney, Nebraska. Terminals are strategically located throughout the service area to provide customers with consistent dependable service. Brown Transfer Company has built a reputation for being one of the best LTL carriers in the Midwest, along with providing several other services. For more information, please visit http://www.browntransfer.com.

About DDC FPO
DDC FPO is a division of the DDC Group. The DDC Group has been reducing costs and increasing the accuracy and efficiency of business processes since 1989. Founded on the bedrock of low-cost offshore data processing, the privately owned amalgamation of companies offers a wide range of customized services for clients across the globe. Through additional operations across Europe and Asia, highly skilled and carefully trained staff are dedicated to each client’s individual data processing needs. To bring these solutions full circle, DDC has built an extensive network of US-based support for superior project management. For more information, please visit www.ddcfpo.com.

MEDIA CONTACT:
Madison Jordan
mjordan@datacapture.com

 

Brown Transfer Purchases Eastern Plains Express

3/11/2008 12:06:06 AM
Brown Transfer Expands in Colorado

(January 29, 2008; Kearney, NE)- Brown Transfer Company, an industry leader in Midwest transportation, announces the purchase of Eastern Plains Express in Denver, Colorado. The addition of the Eastern Plains Express will expand Brown Transfer's service and coverage area out of their Denver Terminal.

Headquartered in Kearney, Nebraska, Brown Transfer currently has terminals strategically located throughout Nebraska, Colorado and Missouri. Their Omaha, Denver and Kansas City facilities enable them to expand services coast to coast through a network of transportation partners. 

The additional routes open opportunities for customers by providing more delivery points throughout Denver, Eastern Colorado and parts of Nebraska. The addition of Eastern Plains Express is a perfect fit for us,said Butch Brown, President of Brown Transfer. This expansion will allow us to service our existing and new customers with more options for freight delivery. Customers can expect the same quality of dependable delivery service from Brown Transfer they have received from Eastern Plains Express in the past.

For more information contact Trevor Aden at 308.237.2244 or visit them online at www.browntransfer.com.

Brown Transfer Purchases Eastern Plains Express
3/11/2008 12:06:06 AM
Brown Transfer Expands in Colorado

Brown Transfer Purchases Eastern Plains Express
3/11/2008 12:06:06 AM
Brown Transfer Expands in Colorado

Brown Transfer Purchases Eastern Plains Express
3/11/2008 12:06:06 AM
Brown Transfer Expands in Colorado

 
Brown Transfer
911 East 11th Street
PO Box 158
Kearney, NE 68845
phone: 308-237-2244
fax: 308-234-4435