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A freight broker is a middleman between shippers and carriers. Instead of taking possession of the freight, the broker facilitates communication between the shipper and the carrier. They’re the ones making sure the handoff goes smoothly between carriers and shippers, and that freight arrives safely, on time.
Freight brokers make their money in the margin between the amount they charge each shipper (their customer) and what they pay the carrier (the truck driver) for every shipment. Although it varies from one transaction to the next, healthy freight brokers typically claim a net margin of 3-8 percent on each load.
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Freight brokers leverage relationships with companies that need freight moved and offer loads they’ve sourced directly from customers. That allows their owner-operator and dispatch clients to spend more time focusing on other areas of their business rather than searching for freight.
Freight brokers work with both shippers and carriers but do not represent either one. Dispatcher represent only the carrier when negotiating freight. A dispatcher may not deal directly with shippers on their own behalf. They must act as the representative of the trucking company or owner operator.
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If you do not see a load that fits your schedule, you can post your truck on the Truck Post Page. Many carriers obtain and secure loads from this free service.
Dedicated lanes are defined as a single truck driver running from point A to point B with a load of freight and returning full to point A. Typically companies use dedicated lanes for permanent scheduled deliveries to large customers or distribution centers.
A dedicated route is when a trucking company services the same company or location regularly. More often than not a truck driver will pick up a load at a regular location and then deliver it to a dedicated customer.
There are a lot fewer out-of-pocket costs if you driving a dedicated route. You are no longer eating and living on the road for weeks at a time.
There is a difference between dedicated and regional drivers. Regional truck drivers operate in a specific area, such as the Northeast or Midwest, whereas dedicated commercial drivers follow a specific and repeatable route.