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TruckInfo.net Puts Shippers and Transporters Together!
TruckInfo.net’s “Ship Yourself” section helps shippers find transporters and helps transporters find loads. Listing loads here is free, and there is no cost to register to look at the loads available for bidding or to place bids.
The shipper can be anyone who needs to ship anything from household pets, cars, boats, furniture, small loads, big loads, LTL loads to full truckloads of steel, lumber, building materials, machinery and general commodities. The transporter can range from individuals, drive-a ways, hot shots, car haulers, and tractor trailers to specialized equipment. This load board is designed mainly for hot shot trucking jobs, but can be utilized by all transporters.
TruckInfo.net saves expenses and time for both the shipper and transporter by putting only interested parties together. No middleman or broker is involved, which also saves the parties time and money. You deal directly with each other. With the bidding system TruckInfo.net has provided in the Ship Yourself section, you’ll feel assured that you are entering into a fair and reasonable business agreement, whether you’re a shipper or a transporter.
How it works
Here’s how our simple bidding process works:
A person or company posts a shipment that transporters can bid on. The shipper reviews all the bids posted for that shipment. They can then accept or reject those bids from transporters. Once a bid is accepted or rejected, the transporter receives an email notification that his bid has been accepted or rejected. When a bid has been accepted, both parties receive each other’s contact information and deal directly with each other to complete the business at hand. When both parties agree to go ahead, then and only then will TruckInfo.net charge a minimal fee to the transporter’s credit card.
There is no monthly fee to view or place bids in our Ship Yourself section. If you’re a shipper, you pay us nothing at all, ever. The only charges you’re responsible for as a shipper is the payment to the transporter who delivers your load. Payment terms are C.O.D. – cash on delivery. It’s that simple!
1.List your freight.
1.Bid on freight for FREE!
Questions about how our “Ship Yourself” system works? Read our FAQ.
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