How much do freight brokers earn? We get this question all the time. Nate Cross tackles the ever so popular question and reviews how a broker’s income varies based on a variety of factors.
Before we jump into 2020, let’s take a look back at the logistic and transportation news from Q4. From our podcast success to the ELD mandate, there’s quite a bit for us to review from the last quarter in 2019.
Your book of business is your lifeline. In other words, the more robust your customer base, the stronger your business continuity. At LDI, we talk a lot about your book of business’s health, and that means evaluating all those customers.
The reality is, as long as someone is ready to expand their existing book of business and is passionate about business growth, we’re ready to help them. Now is the time to partner with LDI and join our Agent family!
It doesn’t take a lot to start a freight agency. An entrepreneur needs passion, brokering experience, a book of business, and access to phone and internet. So we’re here to share our best work from home tips with you.
LDI is dedicated to our agents and their success! Now we’re delivering the best information straight to your podcast app every week, whether you’re one of our agents or not.
We suspect you’re looking to accomplish a few things by joining a 3PL’s Freight Agent Program. Whatever your reasons, a competent and responsive agent-based brokerage is key to help your freight brokerage grow.
Interested in becoming a freight broker? Before you jump into brokering freight, brokers and other industry experts agree these are the must-do tasks before you set out on your own.
Finding new shipping customers is not easy, we know. With you in mind, we put together this post for some ideas on how you can grow your book of business!