NMFTA recently made a change to the time allowed a consumer to report concealed damage to the carrier who delivered the freight. Effective April 18, 2015, the consumer is required to notify, either verbally or in writing, the carrier of concealed damage within five (5) days of delivery. This is a reduction of 10 days as the prior rule allowed for 15 days from the time of delivery.

Of course, one of the services that Broussard Logistics excels at is freight claims management. As with any issue regarding freight, Broussard Logistics clients, or those companies who would like more information on how Broussard can help manage transportation expenses can contact us directly at 713.921.2480.

The National Motor Freight Traffic Association, Inc. (NMFTA) is a nonprofit membership organization headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia. Its membership is comprised of motor carriers operating in interstate, intrastate and foreign commerce. NMFTA publishes the National Motor Freight Classification® (NMFC®), a standard that provides a comparison of commodities moving in commerce.

For more information about NMFTA, visit their website at http://www.nmfta.org