4 More Tips for Working With Freight Brokers
JUNE 10, 2015
For example, let's say you run a load from Milwaukee to the East Coast for $2.50/mile. If return loads directly to Milwaukee aren't paying enough, look for alternative routes. My suggestion is that most freight into Wisconsin comes from other points in the Midwest, so any load into the Midwest helps you meet your goal. For specific rate guidance, the rate tools found in DAT Load Boards , or advanced freight rate tools like DAT RateView provide the best information available.