Monthly Archives: July 2017

Express Freight Finance will be sharing a booth with Haulhound at the upcoming Great American Trucking Show from August 24-26 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas. Please look for us at booth #6027! To register to...
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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is predicting a very active hurricane season. For drivers along coastal roads, increased weather activity during hurricane season means taking extra precautions between no and November. Download A Storm Tracking App For Hurricane...
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Currently, there are a number of job opening in the trucking industry for qualified drivers. Unfortunately, there is a big lack in the number of qualified drivers applying for these positions. While the heads of various trucking companies are claiming...
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These days, it seems you cannot have a discussion about changes in the trucking industry without someone bringing up Uber Technologies. The company that helped pave the way for the ride sharing industry set its sights on carving out its...
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At the end of last month, it was reported that crude oil prices hit record lows for the 2017. Even with continued and building conflict in the Middle East, oil producers seem committed to licking in low prices for the...
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Maintaining a long distance relationship can be a very stressful situation. For truckers, who are away from home for long periods at time, maintaining relationships can sometimes test spouses, family, and friends, not to mention the truckers themselves. However, there...
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Fleet owners rely on timely customer payments to maintain overhead and grow their operations. Unfortunately, waiting 30 days or longer can place a big strain on internal finances, often leaving fleet owners to look elsewhere for short-term financing. Instead of...
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Merchant cash advances, or MCAs, are marketed to trucking fleets as no-hassle, debt-free financing with no strings attached. MCAs are supposed to offer flexibility without holding trucking fleets back from growth. The saying goes that if something seems too good...
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