Freight carriers are the individuals or companies that transport goods to their destination on behalf of a shipper. Shippers are the companies that have or make the goods needing to be shipped. The type of freight carrier you use depends on what they ship. For example, cargo and sometimes standard airlines carry air freight. Ocean carriers
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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What’s an owner-operator’s least favorite cost of all? Writing a check to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). At least when you shell out several grand for a transmission overhaul you see a tangible benefit! Let’s say you’ve filed your returns, but you didn’t have the $8,000-10,000 sitting in the bank to send them a check