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Negotiating freight rates
11 Tips to Negotiate Better Freight Rates

As a carrier or owner-operator, rate negotiations can be frustrating. It takes valuable time and energy to come to an agreement that works for both you and the broker. But knowing how to negotiate freight rates or load rates is critical to a successful business. Good rates mean more money in your pocket and a.

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8 Biggest (and Necessary) Owner-Operator Expenses

Owner-operators can make good money, averaging more than $221,000 per year. But that’s calculated before the essential owner-operator expenses that are a necessary part of running a successful business. Truck driver expenses fall into several different categories, and managing them is vital to your success. Here’s what you need to know to accurately calculate your.

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Truck Driver Salary: Top Paying Jobs (By State & Freight Type)

No matter how much you might love being on the road, very few people get into a career without the expectation of making money. How much do truck drivers make a year? The differences in truck driver salaries can be immense. It depends on a wide variety of factors, from the certifications you hold to.

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Carrier on his laptop
Freight Invoicing: Pricing Factors and Best Practices

Having an efficient process for generating freight invoices will help you get paid faster. Getting paid faster means carriers can concentrate more on booking freight and delivering loads rather than racking up hours creating invoices and tracking down payments. We’ll explain some of the key elements that make up a freight invoice and the level of detail.

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Truck on the road
10 Common Ways Truck Drivers Get Paid

No matter how freeing the open road is, you still have to figure out how to get paid. If you’re new to the trucking industry, you might wonder, “How are truck drivers paid, and how much can I expect to make?” Exactly how much money you’ll earn depends on multiple factors, including your reputation, level.

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Using Factoring App
Truck Factoring: Everything You Need to Know

What is truck factoring?  Being a carrier can lead to a great deal of freedom, especially as an entrepreneur. But one downside of being an owner-operator is getting paid on time. If you’re lucky, you might get paid at the end of a delivery. But more often than not, you end up waiting for your.

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Can Volume LTL Work for You?

Whether you’re an owner-operator or oversee a fleet, you might have multiple preferences as a carrier, whether they include full capacity, the best lanes, immediate payment, or others. Good carriers know that flexibility and agility are an important part of success in your business. Sometimes you might need to accept payment after delivery, take less-than-ideal routes, or.

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freight shipping
Freight Classification: What It Is & How It Affects Shipping Rates

Whether you are operating just one trailer or a fleet of trucks, you’re part of one of this country’s biggest industries.  According to the US Department of Transportation, the U.S. freight market accounts for more than $1.1 trillion of business each year and handles more than 17.7 billion tons of goods. America’s freight haulers help.

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Factoring Agreements: Everything Carriers Need to Know

Whether you’re an owner-operator or you’ve got a fleet of trailers on the road, managing your cash flow can be a challenge. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by paperwork, tracking invoices, and collecting what you’re owed. That’s why many carriers turn to invoice factoring to get paid faster. What is a factoring agreement? A factoring.

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freight shipping
What is Freight Shipping?

Freight shipping is the practice of transporting bulk cargo by road, rail, sea, or air. “Freight” refers to the physical goods or commodities carried in bulk by trucks, trains, ships, or planes. “Shipping” is the process of transporting freight. All freight is shipped, regardless of the method. There are five main freight shipping methods: truckload, less.

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