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A Freight Broker’s Guide to Carrier Insurance Monitoring

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As a freight broker, you are the go-between for shippers and carriers. You might already know that it’s important to require proof of insurance during the carrier selection process. But did you know that even if you have a carrier’s certificate of insurance on file, you might be still be held legally responsible if something

A Broker’s Guide: How to Automate Carrier Onboarding and Monitoring

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In the broker industry, carriers are more than the people who move products safely on a deadline. As part of your transportation team, they’re also an extension of the services you, as the broker, provide to your clients. An honest, trustworthy, qualified carrier can go a long way to growing and maintaining your reputation among

Accelerate Carrier Onboarding Without Cutting Corners

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When it comes to your freight brokering business, what keeps you up at night? Is it finding qualified capacity so you can cover more loads and increase your profitability? Given today’s exceedingly tight capacity and ongoing carrier shortage, it’s no wonder. According to ATA, the trucking industry today needs more than 1.1 million new drivers

9 Factors That Drive LTL Shipping Rates

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Trucks transport more than 11 billion tons of freight each year in the U.S. That is more than 3 million tons shipping every day of the year. While most trailers are hauling full truckloads (FTL), less than truckload (LTL) freight shipping accounts for as much as 10% of industry revenue. LTL freight shipping works well

Freight Broker Business Plan

Freight Broker Business Plan

As the name implies, a freight broker serves as the link between freight shippers and carriers. As a freight broker, you will receive requests from companies that need goods shipped and match them to carriers for transport. But how do you make that happen? How do you take your freight broker business from an idea

3 Ways to Increase Freight Broker Commission

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Many freight brokers are paid on commission. To figure out your take-home pay, it’s important to understand how the freight broker commission structure works, and what determines how freight brokers get paid. Freight broker commission is calculated on the gross margin (total charged to the shipper minus the amount the carrier is paid) of a booked