Avoid any big surprises in April by using good planning and recordkeeping throughout the year.
One of the most significant issues for any small business is cash flow. Most clients you haul for pay your invoices 30, 60, or even 90 days later. In the meantime, you still have expenses to continue to run your company. Some daily and monthly expenses like fuel, maintenance, and insurance can’t be put off that
What is a freight lane? A freight lane is any route that a carrier covers on a regular schedule. Freight lanes are also known as shipping lanes or trucking lanes. These lanes might connect multiple cities or transport hubs. They can be direct point-to-point, connect multiple points in any shape, or travel in any direction.
Maintaining your equipment, managing your business relationships, and controlling fuel costs are important parts of running an effective trucking business. But cash flow may be the most important piece in keeping your business operational and profitable. It’s a good idea to keep a reserve of cash that you can tap into in difficult times. Lining
The question of whether a dry van or a reefer is best depends a lot on the lanes you work in and the type of cargo you carry. There are less than a quarter the number of reefers on the road in the United States compared to dry vans, specifically, 400,00 reefers and 1.7 million
Backhaul trucking is a great way for truckers and fleet owners to make money on return trips while providing shippers with another opportunity to move their products where they need to go. But what is backhaul trucking, and how can you find backhaul loads and improve your backhaul strategy? Here’s what you need to know.
Broker and carrier negotiations can be tough. Don’t ruin the negotiation process before you even start! Try these tips to keep negotiations on track.
Learn some precautionary measures that will help you protect your money and avoid being a victim to freight and trucking scams.
What to expect in a roadside inspection.