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Blog posts for Transportation

How Factoring Benefits Reefer Haulers

Posted on February 01, 2018 in Transportation

Reefer haulers are responsible for carrying perishable goods, and time is of the essence in this type of transportation. If they do not transport the goods on time, it can cause problems with food contamination and a disputed freight bill....

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How The Freight Broker Business is Evolving

Posted on January 03, 2018 in Transportation

The freight broker business is evolving into an industry that has experienced tremendous growth. With this growth, has developed the need to train new agents and prospect new accounts. More loads are being moved and more money is being made in this...

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Choosing the best factoring company for your trucking business

Posted on October 02, 2017 in Transportation

There are so many factoring companies offering financial services for trucking companies that is has made it more difficult to determine what attributes you should consider when it comes time to select a factoring company for your trucking... read on

Safety Technologies for the Trucking Industry

Posted on March 27, 2014 in Transportation

Not long ago, the only chance for seeing vehicles equipped with artificial intelligence was on television and in the movies. It was easy to have futuristic vehicles suggesting alternative routes to the driver and communicate potential problems...

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Regulatory Bottleneck Will Shrink Truck Industry Capacity

Posted on March 21, 2014 in Transportation

Many predict that the trucking industry is headed towards a regulatory bottleneck in 2014 that will continue to negatively impact the industry for years to come. It all started in July 2013 when changes to hours-of-service rules from the U.S....

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How Much Will Driver Pay Cost the Transportation Industry?

Posted on February 26, 2014 in Transportation

The Motor Carrier Act was passed in 1980 by Congress, stripping the now defunct Interstate Commerce Commission of its regulatory authority over the trucking industry. At the same time, the trucking minimum wage exemption was never removed from the...

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Think Again Before Using a Factoring Company Owned by a Freight Brokerage!

Posted on February 20, 2014 in Transportation

As an owner of a trucking company, you understand the need to look for opportunities that will boost the bottom line. Pressures on margins that are part of daily operations – fuel costs, truck repairs and payroll – can take their toll on your cash...

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Noncompliance with FMCSA Regulations Can Cost Trucking Firms

Posted on December 06, 2013 in Transportation

Although the cost of compliance with U.S. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) regulations can be high, noncompliance can create even greater financial burdens for trucking companies. In some cases, the violations identified by the...

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Receivable Factoring Solutions for Trucking Companies

Posted on November 19, 2013 in Transportation

Imagine if you could collect on an invoice the same day you make a delivery. What would that mean for your trucking company? Well, for one thing, it would put an end to your never-ending search for credit. Better yet, it would finally put an end to...

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Financing for Trucking Industry Supply Chain

Posted on November 14, 2013 in Transportation

Supply chains have a vital role in the success of trucking companies. Lacking the ability to deliver goods in a cost-effective manner, opportunities for increased sales narrow. Because of this importance, many businesses entrust their transportation...

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How to Select a Freight Broker for Your Trucking Company

Posted on November 14, 2013 in Transportation

Typically, a freight broker acts as the liaison between an authorized trucking company and an individual or company that needs shipping services. The role of a freight broker is essential to moving cargo to its final destination, he or she is not...

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Toll Bridges Often Overlooked in Truck Firm Budgets

Posted on November 14, 2013 in Transportation

Incidental expenses are often overlooked in the overall costs of trucking operations. Fuel costs, regular vehicle maintenance and overhead for warehousing and storage are usually figured into annual or project-based budgets. Per diems for drivers...

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A Company That Lends On Invoices For Trucking Companies

Posted on November 13, 2013 in Transportation

Trucking is a competitive industry that is definitely not for the timid. A trucking organization takes on a variety of responsibilities to a wide range of customers, which requires the company to become extremely versatile. Trucking companies need...

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Tips for Independent Truckers To Find New Clients

Posted on November 12, 2013 in Transportation

There is a healthy segment of the trucking industry that consists of truckers who own their own rigs and are constantly looking for loads to move. There is a high level of financial risk involved in being an independent trucker, but there can also...

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Driver Shortage Makes it Harder to Keep on Trucking

Posted on November 06, 2013 in Transportation

According to the latest State of Logistics Report that is published annually by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, the trucking industry is facing a driver shortage. To meet current and future demands efficiently, the industry...

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