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I will reveal to you the secrets of moving loads and how to move loads daily and why others wont tell you !
Guaranteed results or your money back.
Freight Agent School has the best freight agent and freight broker training program than any other available today. You will learn exactly what you need to do to open your own successful freight agent or freight broker business. The audios and clear and informative giving you detail step by step that we can guarantee you that you will have results. Do not be fooled by other online training programs, the audio you will listen to is going to show you exactly how to find loads, how to find carriers and starting your business in the right direction.
The information you will be learning is coming from a veteran Freight Broker who is currently daily moving freight with one of the largest Freight brokerage firm in America and Canada. Your instructor is also actively working with brokering firms within two country's for consultation purposes.
The knowledge you will gain is invaluable. If you are serious about becoming a freight broker or freight agent or starting a home based business as a freight broker, these recordings will teach you every step and how to actually move freight. If your not moving freight then its pointless anyways right ? It is our goal to give you all the knowledge you will need to get your business going and you can learn today on how to become a freight broker or freight agaent by listening to our more than 40 hours of classroom teachings from the most informative instructor within the logistical industry.
Im a college professor who recently retired. The instructors teaching where so informative that I adapted some of his teaching styles to my own teachings. I can say with a sure promise that the instructor is passionate and his teachings styles are the best I have had in many years.
James, North Dakota Retired Economics Professor
#1 Most Trusted Freight Agent Training Course in America
Included is your 317 Page Freight Broker Training Manual
Why Become A Freight Broker Agent ?
- No experience is necessary to get started!
- Be a part to a $1 trillion industry that is growing!
- Run your business from home or abroad!
- Brokering doesn't require employees!
- Do business anywhere in the world including U.S. Canada !
- Easy to operate, your only need is internet and knowledge!
- Easily sell your business or pass it on to your family!
- Easy and profitable to add on for trucking companies!
- Build a huge business by adding freight agents to your online freight broker business.
- Learn your role as either broker or agent
- How to reduce, and even eliminate, unnecessary startup costs
- How to apply for your freight broker license
- How to get your freight broker bond or trust
- Learn what tools you need to effectively operate as a broker or agent
- Learn the pro's and con's of factoring invoices
- How to find and contact shippers
- How to navigate business credit, both yours and your customers
- How to find, negotiate and contract with carriers
- Learn the difference between co-brokering and double brokering
- How to properly dispatch and track your freight
- How to quickly and cost effectively setup your home office
- How to use loads boards effectively
- How to easily and accurate understand rates in almost any lane
- Learn successful selling and negotiating strategies & techniques
- How to get involved in niche markets like automobile transport & dump trucks
- How to start shipping for the Dept of Defense (DOD)
- How to make money even more money by adding independent freight agents
- Learn proven strategies that can propel you to into profit quickly.
More of what your audio training will teach you.
How long does it take to get started as a freight broker or freight agent?
Typically, you can get started within 30-60 days.
Can I learn at my own pace?
Of course. freightagentschool.com was designed for the “working class” who need the flexibility of self-paced study.
How much does it cost to get into this business?
Our online training program only cost $79 for unlimited access! The tools you require to do business will depend on your individual needs and long term plans. In fact, we’ve assembled an entire section to answer this question. (Section 1.9 – Startup Expense and Decision Matrix)
Do you offer support?
Yes, as a client, you may use our administrative support desk for assistance. This enables us to communicate with you during business hours, regardless of your time zone. If your question cannot be resolved via the system, we will arrange for someone to contact you by telephone.
Will I receive a hard copy of the material?
Yes and no. Printed materials are expensive to produce. Our mission is to make this affordable for everyone. By making this available from your members area, we’re able to eliminate unnecessary publication expenses and pass those savings onto you. Further benefits include immediate access and updated material. But for those of you who insist on reading from paper, you may print the material using the “print” link at the top of each page.
I have a partner. Can I share my account?
You can, but it’s not recommended. Our system tracks the number of IP addresses used to access the account and may temporarily disable an account it feels is “abusing” the system.
I'm already a licensed freight broker. Can I use this to educate my agents?
Yes. Our material is tailored in a comprehensive manner so that new freight agents not only understand their responsibilities, but also those of the broker. The better your agents understand “why” something must be done, the easier it will be to have them carry out tasks. Moreover, we discuss freight customer acquisition tactics that should help new agents cultivate their own customer base.
How much money can I make as a freight broker or freight agent?
If you are a motivated self-starter, your earning potential is virtually unlimited. While some people choose to work independently on their own, others opt for nationwide agent networking and maximum income potential. There are too many variables to consider to give you a one-size-fits-all answer. There are agents who earn as little as $100 per day working part time, and brokers who make several thousand dollars per day. Ultimately, your success is dependent upon your level of ambition.
Do you offer job placement?
Yes, you can email us and request to take the certification placement exam. If you pass we will offer you several firms to begin your freight broker career.
Will I be "certified freight broker" after completing this material?
Actually, you do not need a “certificate” to become a freight broker. Although you do need the proper “authority” which is a grant of legal permission issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).
What about the bond requirement?
The manual will explain in detail about the bond and Insurance. However if your a broker you need a $75k surety bond in order to be a licensed Freight Broker. If your an agent then you dont have to worry about it.
Do you supply the forms I will need to get started?
Yes. As a member, you’ll have immediate access to a number of forms & agreements, including our customizable Contract Generator. Freight broker forms & agreements can be tailored to your individual needs.
I've been trucking for over 25 years. Is this something I can do too?
Absolutely. In fact, becoming a freight broker or freight agent is often the most sensible career change for owner-operators and company drivers alike. It allows you to embrace your experience and maximize your earning potential based on the knowledge you already have.
There has never been a better time to become a freight broker or freight agent. Listen to the audios along with the manual before you decide to move forward. You will have a clear idea and understanding of the best options for your freight broker business.
Guaranteed by "The Freight Doc"
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Trucking plays a major role in the nation's economy--according to the American Trucking Association, those big wheels generated $346 billion in gross revenues in the most recently calculated year, employed more than 9.5 million people and hauled 6.5 billion tons of freight. And 77 percent of all American communities rely on trucks as their sole source of freight delivery. If you've got experience in the industry, you probably also know that it's the freight broker who keeps those trucks rolling by arranging for delivery of consignments large and small. If you love the song of the open road but you don't want to be on the road, then a freight brokerage may be just the business for you. As a freight broker, you'll work with manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors who need to get their products across town or across the country with the help of trucking companies. You can specialize in LTL (less than a truckload) cargoes or in containerized ones. The advantages to this business are that you can work from home and it's an industry that's unlikely to disappear--transportation will always be a necessity. A background in the transportation industry is important because you'll need not only hands-on experience, but also contacts in the field. If you lack this experience, work for another freight brokerage until you learn the tricks of the trade. You'll also need excellent organizational and time-management skills and the ability to get things moving quickly.
The Players You Work With :
An industry so huge and diverse requires a wide range of participants to thrive. Some of these participants' titles may be a bit confusing, and some of their responsibilities may overlap. But to keep things as clear and simple as possible, let's look at who the key players are and what they do.
Freight broker. A freight broker is the middleman who connects the shippers with motor carriers.
Shipper. A shipper is business that has products or goods to transport.All industry's are included as a shipper.
Motor carrier. A motor carrier is a company that provides truck transportation. There are two types of motor carriers: private (a company that provides truck transportation of its own cargo) and for hire (a company that is paid to provide truck transportation of cargo belonging to others).
Freight forwarder. Often confused with freight brokers, freight forwarders are significantly different. Forwarders typically take possession of the goods, consolidate numerous smaller shipments into one large shipment, then arrange for transport of that larger shipment using various shipping methods, including land, air and water carriers.
Import-export broker. These people are facilitators for importers and exporters. Import-export brokers interface with U.S. Customs, other government agencies, international carriers, and other companies and organizations that are involved in international freight transportation.
Agricultural truck broker. Generally small and operating in one area of the country, unregulated agricultural truck brokers arrange motor carrier service for exempt agricultural products.
This program changed my life. The audios have inspired me not to give up and I'm now moving freight with two different clients on a weekly basis..
Mary, North Carolina , Stay at home mom
I can guarantee you that if you listen to my audios it just might change your life. Im going to tell you exactly what I do and how I do it. Ipersonally move freight daily and I am willing to share with you the secrets and techniques others wont. If your not satisifed with my audio training I will refund your money. Its truly my genuine hope that these amazing recordings will help you find what your looking for.
20 Hours of Audio with 317 Page Training Manual
If you are not completely satisfied then I will refund your money.....simple enough !
Freight Agent Training Course