Truck Freight Brokers
Truck freight brokers have an important job in this industry. They are responsible for arranging the transport of freight by contacting independent owner operators for trucking jobs. Brokers must understand the nuances of the business and must possess good interpersonal communication skills. If this sounds like the right job for you, come join the elite team at Sureway Transportation.
First, to become a freight broker, you'll need to apply for authority from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). You'll also have to post a $10,000 surety bond, as well as file the proper process agent form, called a BOC-3. Once you receive your license, you can start building up your contacts in the trucking industry to ensure your success as a broker.
Sureway, a proven track record, a history of growth and financial success.
One of the biggest reasons to consider a career as a truck freight broker is the forecasted employment growth in the field. As businesses continue to grow across state and national borders, so does the need for quality transportation services. This makes the demand for experienced, professional truck freight brokers very high.
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After you've carved out a niche for yourself in this lucrative industry, you can set your sights on joining the team of leaders at Sureway Transportation. Offering an unmatched support system, handsome rewards for hard work, and a true team atmosphere, Sureway Transportation is just the place for dedicated truck freight brokers looking to expand their horizons and grow their business.
As a subsidiary of Anderson Trucking Services, Inc., we have the financial backing that gives shippers confidence. Carriers love us because we pay in three to five days. Now you have the opportunity to put our reputation to work for you.