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Our friendly customer service begins at the first initial inquiry with our shippers and is maintained until the shipment is delivered by our reliable carriers. We would like to become an extension of your shipping and transportation departments. When we work together to help meet everyone's goals, we are all successful.  

We will strive to meet all your needs, both Shippers and Carriers! 

 Friendly Faces, Great Personalities and "Get The Job Done" Attitudes!  


We Love Our Job! 

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We provide logistics management and transportation solutions for a wide variety of shippers and Carriers, are you looking for a transportation solution provider? Truckload (TL) or Less Than Truckload (LTL), around the block or around the US, we have a solution for you.

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Service

We believe that giving exceptional service to our customers is done by being accessible, accountable, and honest no matter what the circumstances are. We know that trust is gained not only through successful, uncomplicated, stress free deliveries of goods, but it is sometimes also earned by how a complicated situation is handled and communicated with you. While we are not always perfect, we will constantly strive for perfection.

What Is A Shipper?

  • a person or company that sends or transports goods by sea, land, or air.
  • One that consigns or receives goods for transportation.


What Is A Broker?

WHAT IS A FREIGHT BROKER?

A freight broker is a bonded and DOT- (Department of Transportation) licensed agency that secures freight shipping services from freight carriers on behalf of businesses and individuals. Typical freight brokerage tasks include:

•Developing a network of top carriers that provide discounted rates for the freight broker’s customers

•Finding the carrier for each shipment that provides the best combination of freight rates and services

•Booking the shipment on behalf of the customer (shipper)

•Paying the carrier for the booking

•Receiving the shipper’s payment directly

•Addressing all of the shipper’s questions and concerns

•Preparing all the paperwork—Terms & Conditions, Bill of Lading (BOL) and shipping labels—and emailing it to the shipper

•Providing a way for the shipper to track their shipment

•Addressing the shipper’s issues if there are any problems with the shipment

What Is A Carrier?

  • an individual or organization engaged in transporting goods for hire
  • a highway freight carrier regulated by the federal government



LET US HELP YOU WITH ALL YOUR SHIPPING AND FREIGHT NEEDS!

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