LTL bundling involves taking individual jobs and consolidating them together. The goal is to make full loads out of a lot of partial loads, whether they get consolidated en-route via milk-runs of pickups, or at a depot. That keeps the truck running fuller over its day, and the improved utilisation translates into better pricing.
The software optimises while considering co-loading restrictions, vehicle capacities, legal driving limits, required waypoints or routes, region restrictions, vehicle type differences, fixed costs, variable costs, and many other factors. And - given the multi-tenant architecture of TNX - they automatically include all cargos available to a carrier on TNX, regardless of the cargo owner.