WHAT'S NEW

Learn more about the new features and system improvements in GoFreight's weekly updates.
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Jan 21,2020
1099 Form

What’s New January is a busy month for the accounting department to declare taxes and you must have tons of documents to be filled out. The 1099 Form is one of these tax documents. The 1099 form is a tax document from the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) and it should be filed by January 31 …

Oct 17,2019
Personalized View & Report

What’s New Have you ever been bothered by unnecessary information when you are sorting items or looking for specific information? For instance, you have 50 house bills of lading on a list. Each B/L has more than 10 columns to show all the information, such as the shipper, consignee, place of delivery, and others. Due …

Sep 12,2019
Security Filing – AMS & ISF

What’s New Different countries have various required import or export documentation. The U.S has the Automated Manifest System (AMS) and Importer Security Filing (ISF) to ensure that its national security isn’t jeopardized. The U.S custom imposes penalty on exporters and importers if they fail to submit their AMS and ISF respectively. Very often, freight forwarders …

Sep 04,2019
Cash on Delivery

What’s New Cash on delivery, or collect on delivery, has become a very common method of payment in both B2B and B2C sectors. The reason is that the shippers or sellers might not trust or be familiar with the buyers and therefore are reluctant to release the products or cargos unless they receive the payments. …

Aug 21,2019
Load and Link

What’s New Imagine this. Your oversea agent issues a credit note to ask you to collect payments from the consignee. You then create an invoice and send it to the consignee to collect the payment. Sounds quite simple, right? However, the agent then asks you to collect more payments, meaning that there will be more …

Aug 14,2019
Memo

What’s New In this week’s What’s New, we will be introducing an existing feature loved and frequently used by our users. Remember this business buddy of yours called memo? You probably attach a bunch of them on your walls, desks, or even your freight documents to remind yourself of certain details about your shipments, consignees, …

Aug 07,2019
Accounting Setting

What’s New Have you ever encountered this kind of situation as a forwarder? You have been dealing with the same consignees, agents, and other partners for a long period of time. You undergo the same activities, which result in the same debit/credit notes or account receivables/payable entries, for countless times. You then either key in …

Jul 31,2019
Trade Party

What’s New Freight forwarders have to deal with different parties, such as consignees, customs brokers, and truckers, of their trade partners to deliver items to the destination. As a result, freight forwarders have to input various information into the system, which is definitely a long and tedious process that can often be considered a waste …

Jul 24,2019
A/L Statement Amount Confirmation & Payment

What’s New Accounting has never been a piece of cake, especially when it comes to reconciliation. Reconciling your accounts and invoices with your oversea agents can be troublesome. You undergo a bunch of activities that generate numerous debit or credit notes. You then confirm and reconcile them with your agents for countless times. The same …