Transportation/Freight/Trucking Business Name Generator & Ideas

Cargoclear

A highly generic and descriptive name. It works for this type of industry as B2B (business to business) is the main form of business transactions.

Pack&Send

A surprisingly catchy and memorable name considering how generic it is. Pack&Send is effective in that it brings the delivery process down to its core which is something customers appreciate.

FEDEX

A syllabic abbreviation of the name of the company’s original air division, Federal Express, it is the largest delivery company in the world. Its abbreviation was a smart move in that it minimised potential brand loss while making brand retention easier.

Fastway

Speed of delivery is the top service customers are looking for in a courier company. The use of Fast in the name communicates the company’s commitment to this.

DawnWing

Implying that they are the first to deliver in the mornings (dawn) while also implying their speediness (wing), the company’s name ticks two boxes that customers really want to be ticked.

Mainfreight

The term ‘main’ is used in the hope of making the company sound larger and more successful than it actually might be. This is effective in driving customers to them.

Startrack

Tracking is no longer an optional service when it comes to delivery. Customers demand it, and they want it in real-time. Startrack reassures customers that tracking is an important part of delivery for them.

UPS (United Postal Service)

Acronyms are a fan favourite when naming a business. This three-letter acronym is catchy, short enough to remember easily and expands into a clear description of the products the company offers.

Navistar

An invented company name that communicates with customers effectively. The use of star is essential for a positive public perception.

Multitrans

This name implies that the company is able to deliver your parcel no matter the distance or location, be it by train, truck, ship, aeroplane or bicycle.

Marketing Strategy & Useful
Advertising Terminology

Getting a parcel or delivery late is something everyone hates. Delivery companies that consistently deliver items on time, reliably and cheaply dominate the market. Below are some keywords that can be used to convey a high delivery standard and customer satisfaction.

Urgency, deliver anything, anywhere, lowest costs, fastest delivery, lead times, seamless integration, affordable delivery solutions, consistently high service levels, same-day delivery, reliable one stop shop

Clientele & Interests

Companies and individuals both make use of international and local delivery. While individuals usually use the post-office or other accessible delivery companies, large corporations use massive conglomerates that span the globe and deliver throughout the world.

Fast delivery, reliable delivery, customer satisfaction, careful delivery (i.e. products are safe in transportation), door-to-door services, ease of use, efficient services

Industry Related Words

Shipper

cosigner

carrier

freight

FOB

free on board

terms of sale

loss and damage

private carrier

common carrier

express

airfreight

sea freight

freight forwarding

transportation broker

shippers association

integrators

interline shipment

door-to-door

consolidation

terminal

hub and spoke

cross-dock

truckload

full truckload

freight size

full container load

less than container load

dead-head

intermodal

containers

chassis

vans

trailers

refer

piggyback

drayage

pickup

cartage

long-haul

short haul

postponement

bulk cargo

pallet

skid

SKU

stock keeping unit

deadweight

volume

quay crane

portainer crane

handling fees

ex works

customs clearance

duties & taxes

import handling

inland terminal

terminal fees

cost & freight

delivery at place

delivery at terminal

duty paid

customs

border control

incoterms

quarantine

logistics

courier service

supply chain