ARSA Announces New Preferred Shipping Program
On March 16, ARSA announced a new member benefit: the ARSA Shipping Program. Through an agreement with PartnerShip, association members have the opportunity to save substantial amounts of money on every freight shipment — inbound, outbound, small and large. The announcement came as maintenance industry leaders from around the world gathered in Washington, D.C. for the association’s Annual Repair Symposium and member meeting.
ARSA chose PartnerShip to develop a shipping program for repair stations that combines simplicity, excellent service and savings. PartnerShip began as a successful member service organization in 1989. Today, the well-established provider works with more than 150 association groups, 17,000 businesses and many of the best carriers in the industry.
“ARSA’s overriding goal is to reduce our members’ costs of doing business and improve their efficiency,” ARSA Executive Vice President Christian A. Klein said. “In a transportation-intensive industry like ours, we think this new benefit will give members more profitable, customer-focused shipping options.”
Under the arrangement with Partnership, ARSA members will receive discounts on less-than-truckload (LTL), truckload, expedited and tradeshow freight shipping services. Specifically, ARSA members will:
- Save at least 70% on standard and guaranteed LTL freight shipments with UPS Freight, YRC Freight and other reputable carriers.
- Receive competitive pricing on truckload, expedited and international freight services.
- Save on every exhibit shipment to and from tradeshows and events, backed by an on-time guarantee.
- Benefit from specialized services including inbound management, freight bill auditing, invoice consolidation and more.
PartnerShip is leading freight broker that helps businesses thrive by connecting them to exceptional service and simple, affordable shipping. Customers save time and money in all facets of shipping and logistics, including LTL freight, truckload, tradeshow and expedited shipping. To learn more, please visit PartnerShip.com.