At SCACCodeLookup.com, you can find the Standard Carrier Alpha Code for a freight company. On EDIProvider.com, you can find an A-Z list of the most common SCAC codes.
On SCACCodeLookup.com, click the SCAC Code Lookup by Name tag in the navigation menu on the right side of the main page to find the SCAC code for a freight carrier. On the next page, in the SCAC Name search box, type the name of the carrier to see the code. If you know the code but don’t know the name of the carrier, go to the main page and click on the SCAC Code Lookup by Code tag. On the next page, enter the name of the carrier in the search box.
At EDIProvider.com, you can find a list of SCAC codes for many of the most common freight carriers around the world by clicking on SCAC codes in the navigation bar at the bottom of the main page.
In the 1960s, the National Motor Freight Transportation Association made SCAC codes to help the transportation industry use computers in the same way. SCAC codes are needed to do business with the U.S. government and with many other governments, organisations, and businesses around the world. SCAC codes are one-of-a-kind and usually have between two and four capital letters.