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04/07/2021
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Spot Freight Rates

Technology has disrupted many industries worldwide, but most people don’t think about its impact on the freight and cargo industry. One of the chief impacts has been in spot freight rates, or spot-buy freight, as it is often called. While traditionally, spot freight is used to find rates for a last-minute shipment, it’s becoming a

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04/01/2021
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5 Factors that Impact Reefer Freight Rates

A common load type involves a “reefer truck” designed for loads that need to be temperature controlled during the shipping process. These loads can include anything from refrigerated items like produce and other perishables to frozen foods or even medical supplies. Because reefer trailers are more expensive to run and maintain, reefer load rates are

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03/31/2021
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Compliance made effortless for freight brokers, shippers, and 3PLs

It is crucial to operate your business using properly insured carriers who are compliant with your business rules. Trying to track down insurance information from carriers or insurance agents can take you hours or days, which can prevent you from doing business. Outsourcing your compliance management to RMIS will help you reduce risk and enhance your business’s

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03/31/2021
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3 Benefits of Carrier Compliance and How to Track It

Technology is transforming the logistics space, including monitoring shipments from origin to destination. The visibility in the monitoring of shipments helps hold vendors and suppliers accountable for freight-related carrier violations. However, growth in the logistics industry means that most shippers use several carriers, often depending on what they need to ship at the time. Larger carriers often

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03/30/2021
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Freight Forwarders vs. Freight Brokers: What You Need to Know

Freight brokers and freight forwarders both coordinate the movement of freight for a third party. They both connect shippers and carriers, negotiate freight rates, and track and ensure delivery. But there is one key difference. A freight broker coordinates the connection between shippers and carriers. The freight forwarder actually takes possession of the freight and often stores,

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03/25/2021
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Recourse vs. Non-Recourse Factoring

Invoice factoring is the practice of “selling” your invoices, or accounts receivable, to a company that then pays you right away for that invoice, minus a fee. This gives you cash flow you can use to pay bills, finance operations, take on new business, and handle business expenses as they come up. Factoring companies also often handle

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03/23/2021
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How to Become a Truck Dispatcher

Freight is a dynamic and rewarding industry worth almost $900 billion annually. It offers exciting challenges, mental stimulation, and good pay rates. One way to get your start in the shipping industry is to become a truck dispatcher. Dispatchers play a key role in getting trucks out to collect and deliver loads for businesses shipping

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03/19/2021
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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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03/17/2021
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5 Factors that Impact Dry Van Freight Rates

Good for a variety of shipping needs, dry vans are one of the most common trailers on the road today. While not climate controlled, dry vans are easily secured and still protect goods from the elements. Shippers choose different types of dry vans depending on the cargo being shipped. Sometimes they need more than one

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03/11/2021
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Motor Freight Trucking 101: What It Is and How it Works

Motor freight trucking is the backbone of the U.S. economy. It is how virtually all the goods and commodities we use in our homes and businesses get from their point of origin to their final destination. The industry raked in more than $700 billion in revenue over the course of 2019 and grew even more

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03/09/2021
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Reefer Freight: What It Is, Pros and Cons

If you’ve been around trucking for a little while now, or even if you’re just starting, you’ve heard the term “reefer freight.” Reefer freight is one of the pillars of the trucking industry. A large percentage of the transport trucks running across the highways are reefer trucks. What is reefer freight? The “reefer” in reefer freight

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03/04/2021
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Freight Brokers: What They Do and How to Hire One

If you’re new to the freight logistics and trucking industry, you’ve probably heard the term freight broker, but you may or may not know what they can do for you and your business. A good freight broker can make your job much easier because you won’t have to worry about where your next load is

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