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Comparing Drayage Rates

Drayage rate quotes are complex. Some charges are known upfront, while other fees might apply depending on the situation. Many drayage companies quote only line haul rates and fuel surcharges, with other fees showing up later on the invoice – causing disputed invoices and delays. Some charges are known upfront, but other fees can apply

starting a freight business

Considerations for Starting a Freight Business

The transportation industry is booming, and analysts predict a continued rise in the number and frequency of shipments carried from one location to the next in the upcoming year. Customers are demanding faster deliveries in today’s ever-connected world, and companies need assistance to ensure they continue to run a viable business. Freight businesses, then, play

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What is Dray Work?

The term drayage, as well as the practice, has a long history dating back before the Industrial Revolution. The term originated during the days of horse-drawn carriages, when transporters would pick up cargo and deliver across short distances to ports or warehouses. After 1900, this practice was assumed by trucks on local roadways. Today the term

comparing drayage rates draymaster

Comparing Drayage Rates

Drayage rate quotes are complex. Some charges are known upfront, while other fees might apply depending on the situation. Many drayage companies quote only line haul rates and fuel surcharges, with other fees showing up later on the invoice – causing disputed invoices and delays. Some charges are known upfront, but other fees can apply

starting a freight business

Considerations for Starting a Freight Business

The transportation industry is booming, and analysts predict a continued rise in the number and frequency of shipments carried from one location to the next in the upcoming year. Customers are demanding faster deliveries in today’s ever-connected world, and companies need assistance to ensure they continue to run a viable business. Freight businesses, then, play

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