Land transport

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With our extensive fleet, daily departures all over Europe, own strategically placed offices in Poland and the Nordic countries and a strong network of European partners, we make sure that your cargo will not be left behind. We offer full load (FTL), part load (PTL) and groupage transportation depending on the weight and size of your cargo. For any cargo that does not fit the standards, be it due to size, weight or other challenges, our project forwarding team is at your disposal.

We always handle your single shipments and your frequent deliveries with equal amount of professionalism and commitment.

We aim to be the first choice in the Nordic countries for groupage, part load and full load transports and for special equipment.

As our customer, you will benefit from a full Track & Trace of your shipments. With just one click, you will know where your cargo is.


Frequently asked questions

What is a Freight Broker?

A freight broker is legally a property broker, which is the term established by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), a division of the United States Department of Transportation. It describes licensed individuals or corporations that help make a shipper and an authorized motor carrier successful in the transporting of freight.

What are the requirements to be a Freight Broker?

There are four legal documents needed to operate as a freight broker. They are:

1. A Broker’s Authority, available through the FMCSA for a $300 fee. You fill out Form OP-1 and file for your authority to operate as a broker.
2. A Surety Bond or Trust Fund, which you can obtain from a bank or bonding company. The cost varies depending on your personal credit. You’re required to carry a $75,000 bond or trust. The form filed with this is BMC-84 or BMC-85.
3. Processing Agent, which runs approximately $50, with form BOC-3.
4. File a Unified Carrier Registration (UCR)

Is this a growing field? Is it in demand?

As of this writing, there are approximately 15,000 licensed transportation brokers in the nation, but a large number are inactive. This is still a relatively new industry, as there were only around 70 brokers in 1970. It’s estimated that freight brokers accounted for over 10% of the shipping industry, or roughly $60 billion out of $600 billion, in revenues. A recent article in the Wall Street Journal cited freight brokerage and logistics as the fastest-growing sector of the transportation industry.

How long will it take for my business to become profitable?

It will take some time to build up your customer database, just as with any business that you start. Typically it can take three to six months of disciplined work to show a substantial profit. Sometimes it takes much less time, sometimes more. But once you begin securing customers, they normally have residual shipping, so the sale repeats itself over and over. Your level of success depends on many factors, such as your level of determination, your tenacity, and your genuine desire to help your customers succeed.

How much money can I expect to make?

As a full-time Broker or Agent, you can make anywhere from $40,000 to well over $150,000 after you have developed you client database. As time goes on, and you continue to secure customers, your revenue will also grow. You set your own limits.

What kind of licensing or bonds do I need to be a freight broker agent?

You absolutely do not need to buy a license or a bond to be a freight broker agent. Working as a freight broker agent is similar in many ways to being a realtor, insurance agent or hair stylist. The company you work under pays many of the costs needed to run the brokerage so you don’t have to.
Others may convince you to spend 1000s on a freight broker license and bond that you don’t need as an agent. Other schools sell licenses and bonds, we do not.
The best freight brokers in the industry come on graduation day to talk to our top notch graduates about working with them.


Contact managers for more questions

Liam Laurell

Broker agent
Direct: 855-577-3030 ext 1051

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Noah Moore

Regional Broker Consultant
Direct: 855-577-3030 ext 1061

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Jarred Foster

Regional Broker Consultant
Direct: 855-577-3030 ext 1071

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Matt Miller

Regional Broker Consultant
Direct: 855-577-3030 ext 1081

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Ben Smith

Regional Broker Consultant
Direct: 855-577-3030 ext 1041

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