Monthly Archives: November 2016

If you’re having problems with funding payroll, you aren’t alone. If you’re an owner or general manager in the transportation industry, you know just how tough it can be to cover the margins with your expenses. And nowhere does this become more apparent than...
Continue Reading →
If you’ve ever added up your fleet fuel costs for the month (or even for a week) and been floored at the cost, you’re not alone. Fuel costs add up quickly, especially when there are a lot of vehicles in...
Continue Reading →
Having a hard time obtaining business funding? You definitely are not alone. A 2014 survey of small businesses said that a full 44 percent of businesses that applied for credit were turned down for various reasons, like poor credit scores,...
Continue Reading →
Did you know that your company can use freight factoring from the first day it becomes a business? It is true, because freight factoring, also known as accounts receivable financing, relies on your customer’s creditworthiness rather than your company’s history. When...
Continue Reading →
Even though receivables financing has been used by many industries as a financing solution for centuries, business owners have a lot of misconceptions about the process. We’ve busted some of the most common myths below; read on to discover how...
Continue Reading →
The trucking industry is competitive, and trucking companies are continually seeking ways to save money.  One method of cutting down on fuel consumption and even reducing repair bills is through the adjustment of driving habits.  Here are just a few...
Continue Reading →
The trucking industry in this country is growing rapidly and promises continued prosperity in the coming years.  Yet, this rapid growth is presenting some challenges for small to medium-sized trucking companies who are struggling to remain competitive.  Here are just...
Continue Reading →
The trucking market has ebbs and flows, much like every other industry. Although the market seems to be in a slowdown, it isn’t time to get out of the business. There are still ways to get through the tough times...
Continue Reading →