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In this blog we're going to tackle the number one issue freight brokers run into with prospecting, and that is finding the time to actually make enough calls to close new customers. These tips will add the efficiency you need so you can make more calls.
How complicated is it to get licensed as a freight broker? The reality is, it’s not that difficult. Especially when you consider the easy to use online application system, getting your freight broker authority is quite simple. It’s not an instant process, but it won’t take you very long. In this short read, I’ll be walking you through the basic steps to get your freight brokerage licensed.
If you’ve looked into becoming a freight broker, you’ve probably asked yourself this question. What is a BOC-3? Well, it’s just a form, but what does it do? How much does it cost, and how do I fill it out? These are all great questions, and we’re going to break it all down for you in this blog.
How much will it cost you to start as a freight broker? While the minimum cost is fairly low in comparison to other ventures, there‘s a lot of recommended tools and additional expenses that you’ll run into when getting your freight brokerage off the ground.
What is a freight broker? This might seem like a straightforward question, but you'd be surprised at how many people aren't aware of exactly what a freight broker is and does. In this blog, we will help you better understand the role of a freight broker in the movement of cargo.
What commission percentage do freight brokers get paid? There’s a bunch of variables that go into answering this question, so let’s take a look at a few of the common freight broker jobs and how much commission they earn.