Date Added: Jan 2010
Operating as a freight broker can economically be very profitable. At the same time it may also prove to be extremely difficult on account of the smooth and regular cash flow that is required to run the business profitably. As a freight broker you are expected to pay your drivers on time. In addition, you have other regular expenses of the business to meet. The prevailing norms of the transporting business force you to wait for thirty to sixty days for payments to come from your clients. The simplest and easiest way out of this quagmire of financial trouble is to seek freight brokerage factoring service.