Don't let the so called teacher of freight brokering try and sell you the know how because they are teaching because they can't make any money at brokering.
3PL gross revenues were 3.6 billion in 2006, a 9.5% increase, according to the report released by Armstrong & Associates.
you want customers that pay to have good service and protect their product not the guy that will leave you over 20$ and b***h at for bad service when he is not willing to pay for good service. I also know that the on-line course offered through most universities in America is unreal.
It has been honored by several sources as the fastest growing e-course in the continuing education department of over 600 Colleges and Universities.
I've had hot loads that were dropped in my lap at the last minute by the carrier because of "mechanical problems". third-party logistics (3PL) gross revenues topped 0 billion for the first time last year, 3PL gross revenues were 3.6 billion in 2006, a 9.5% increase, according to the report released by Armstrong & Associates. so there is the answer to the question this forum started with it is growing! Worked for large trucking company on the claims side and dealt a lot with shipper and consignees on cargo claims.
Most probably, they found another load that worked out better for them. I love the wheeling and dealing and challenges that go along with it. You will take (and give) a lot of a$$ chewing in this cut-throat business. Have access to trucks and trailers and considering freight business and transportation business.
Or, worse yet, he decides he is going to be late with it, or just drop it all together.