This agent blog roundup is full of ways to grow your relationships with your clients and enhance their experience.

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Working well with clients is an essential skill to develop. From resolving conflict to becoming more proactive, there are lots of ways to improve your interactions with clients. This agent blog roundup is full of ways to grow your relationships with your clients and enhance their experience.   Resolving Customer Conflicts   Dealing with conflict… Read more »

To help you be prepared to make difficult decisions on your freight journey, here are a few ethics in trucking essentials.

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Consider this situation: You are just minutes away from making your load on time. It’s late in the evening and raining, making it considerably hard to see. To your dismay, you notice that the exit for your stop is coming up in a few moments. You could make the exit by merging immediately, but it… Read more »

This month’s blog roundup shines a spotlight on our wonderful team. Take a moment to get to know some of our team members in these blogs.

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This month’s blog roundup shines a spotlight on our wonderful team. Take a moment to get to know some of our team members in these blogs.   Team Member Spotlight – Jeff Jeff is a caring member of our team who works hard to build relationships with others. He loves to help carriers with their… Read more »

Veterans of the trucking industry have braved storms, setbacks, industry downturns, and more. Here are a few pieces of advice they have.

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We respect truckers for a lot of reasons, but there’s one trait of drivers that is especially admirable: Truckers are in it for the long haul. In a trucker’s marriage to the road, you rarely hear about divorce. Drivers usually stay driven in their careers as truckers until they retire. This makes for real road… Read more »

are fuel cards worth it

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Who doesn’t love saving money on gas? Fuel prices are always something to watch and now is the perfect time to reevaluate your strategy to save money. The addition of a fuel card is a route many truckers take, but you may be asking the question: Are fuel cards worth it? There are other questions… Read more »

Factoring is an excellent resource if you need cash flow sooner. A change in the economy can impact how factoring works for you.

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Factoring is an excellent resource if you need cash flow sooner than it naturally arrives. That quick income can be vital to keeping your business moving and growing but do you know how the process works? A change in the economy can impact how factoring works for you. Understanding the process can help you select… Read more »

Jeff started in the tires division in March of 2021 at our Portland location. Learn more about him in this team member spotlight.

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In our vast and quick-moving world, it can be easy to feel insignificant. It takes a deliberate, concerted effort to resist settling into the mundanity of daily life. However, there are a few individuals that recognize their responsibilities not as obligations, but as opportunities. For Jeff, aiding carriers with their tires is a medium for… Read more »

tips for owner operators

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As owner operators, carriers are faced with a complicated issue: They must play the roles of both business owners and employees, and somehow do both with enough grace to generate profit. Not only do owner operators manage the books, buy the trucks, and balance the accounts, but they must also keep the rubber on the… Read more »

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It was a late Monday night in South Carolina when a driver, who has remained anonymous, chose to park his rig in a secluded gas station. Shortly after he had fallen asleep, he was awakened by two armed men demanding money, one with a gun to his chest. Though this driver wasn’t hurt, the thieves… Read more »