How are supply chain issues affecting transportation? Drivers have a positive outlook at the moment. Overall, shipping delays and port backups are creating good opportunities for freight haulers. Job openings for truckers continue to rise as demand for drivers outpaces the supply. Here is how supply chain disruptions are affecting truckers right now. “Freight-Flation” There […]
Trucking companies have to stay extremely organized to keep their drivers busy and ensure everything gets delivered on time. Following the right billing procedures is vital in order to get paid on time. When you follow these best trucking invoicing practices below, you can improve your cash flow and receive payment sooner.
In these changing economic times, it is essential to collect on your freight bills fast and truckers cannot wait for weeks or months to collect on their loads. That’s why Freight Factoring works for owner-operators and small-to-mid-sized trucking companies to help them deal with operating costs and/or unexpected cash shortages. Between rising fuel prices, repairs,
It’s not much of a surprise that as businesses reopen nationally, some trucking sectors are showing signs of improvement as well. Restaurants and hospitality industries were hit the hardest by COVID-19, but as they reopen, freight sectors are seeing more volume as well. Produce hauling has remained solid, and the panic shopping at grocery stores