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10 Questions to Consider When Choosing Your Freight Broker

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If you’re new to shipping and looking for a freight broker, how do you decide who to go with? Do you just Google the phrase “Freight Broker?” Do you reach out to your shipping contacts and see who they’re using? Do you try to go straight to the carrier, and bypass the broker option entirely? […]

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25 Genius Tips for Saving Money on Shipping Costs

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Everyone wants to save money on shipping. No great secret there. At FreightPros, we’re committed to helping our customers, and their customers (and really anyone that’s interested in shipping) save time and money on their logistics. To that end, we’ve compiled a list of 25 Genius Tips for Saving Money on Your Shipping. We’ve categorized […]

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How to have a Successful Trade Show

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A trade show is a very important milestone for a business. Like a Quinceanera to a young woman, every detail matters and everything needs to be perfect. This is why choosing a freight broker with trade show experience is necessary. Think of how foolish you will look with nothing in your booth but yourself, and […]

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Adding Value to Truckload Shipping

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If you’re serious about your freight shipping, you’re always looking to add value to your logistics game. What does it mean to add value? Pretty simple, really. By streamlining your truckload freight through a series of broker processes, you can save money and time that will add value to the other parts of your business. […]

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Transportation Management Systems are The Best. Period.

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Anyone who has spent hours reaching out to providers for LTL and volume quotes know how time consuming and stressful that process can be. Time spent waiting for an emailed response to your quote request can make you feel like there’s just not enough time in the day. You’ve got other things to do! While having FreightPros assist […]

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5 Ways To Know If You’re A Freight Broker

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Something strange happens when you work long hours trying to make sure you get that residential delivery figured out. You enter a sort of a hazy, netherworld. You see the black dog. One day you wake up and you’re shocked to realize you’ve become a freight broker. It’s like when Spider-Man wakes up from a […]

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Frequently Asked Questions About Claims

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Being a claims specialist with FreightPros can be a difficult job. No one wants to get that call or email that your freight has been damaged, refused by the consignee, or outright lost by the carrier. Unfortunately, as a freight broker we don’t have any control over how the carrier handles your freight. However, we can supply […]

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Changes in Freight Class Affect LTL Shipping

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Have You Checked Your Freight Class Recently? As a Billing Specialist at FreightPros, one of the most difficult invoice issues I deal with is a Reclass. Your product may not ship at the same class as it did when you started shipping. I cannot stress enough the importance of all five suggestions that our Classmaster, Lucas, made […]

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Same Day Delivery: LTL and Truckload Options

Same Day Delivery

So we get this question all the time: Can I have freight picked up in the morning and delivered in the afternoon of the same day? Answer: If you’re using a freight broker, yes, you absolutely can. If you’re only using an LTL carrier? Unfortunately, that option is not available. Let me explain… When a […]

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Updated Freight Guide for Beginner’s Available Now!

Beginner's Guide to Freight Shipping

After months of hard work, we’re proud to release the updated Beginner’s Guide to Freight Shipping Version 2.0. This new ebook has been updated for 2016, and is available for FREE DOWNLOAD HERE. So what’s new? What’s been updated from the original (and successful) Beginner’s Guide to Freight Shipping? Well, here’s a few things: Lean […]

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