Have you ever thought it’s time for a change? Time to strike out on your own maybe, or just get some extra money coming in. Tachoblog certainly has.
If you live in America, or Canada – or fancy living there – then why not become a freight broker – it could be just what you’re looking for …
Dennis Brown is the CEO Logistic Dynamics, Inc. and will teach you what you need to know to become a freight broker.
Dennis was self taught, going from not knowing what a freight broker did to over $32,000,000 a year in sales.
But don’t just take Tachoblog’s word for it. Thanks to Dennis M. Jones from Detroit learnt how to become a freight broker too. This is what he says:
“Thanks for the great training material. We are now in our fourth month of our new venture and your training and tools have been a tremendous help and at times, even a morale booster. I started as a one person operation and in this short period of time have grown to three agents and one clerical plus myself. With the pace we are going we should be well on our way to becoming a solid financially secure company. Every additional employee I have added and will add in the future will be required to read and learn your material as part of their training.”
Now click below to learn how you can become a freight broker …
Before we go any further Tachoblog should explain what a freight broker is.
According to Dennis, “Freight brokers help shippers that need to move freight from point A to point B by finding a carrier (trucking company) that will haul the freight for slightly less than the shipper is willing to pay them”.
In other words freight brokers, sometimes referred to as load brokers, truck brokers, or transportation brokers, are all middle men that match available shipper freight with available trucks while earning between 10% and 35% profit per shipment.
Dennis says that this means, “brokers typically earn between $100 to $500 per shipments but I have earned as much as $5,175 per shipment just for finding a truck to haul our customer’s freight!”.
Best of all he continues by telling Tachoblog that, “as long as there are people on Earth, there will remain a continuous market for freight to be moved.
“Every day people and businesses buy, sell and consume products.
“You know what? Those products must be shipped and year after year freight brokers control and move more and more of the worlds freight!
“Everything you use or consume throughout your day has likely been on a truck at one point.
“Freight is everywhere and the demand for transportation will only increase with time. You simply need to know how and where to look to find it.
“No, it’s not rocket science, but like anything there is a right way and wrong way to do it and the difference between the two can be either costly or profitable!”
Sounds good to Tachoblog!
As you have read Dennis knows a thing or two about being a freight broker and he’ll teach you how you can become one too.
What’s more for Tachoblog’s readers you can have 6 months access to his training programme and $1,000 of bonus items for only $98
Sounds like a good deal to us.
So if you want to learn how to become a freight broker you need to head over to Dennis’ website right now.