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Cerasis is by legal definition a freight broker. Although our claim to fame is our web based TMS freight rating technology, the Cerasis Rater, which includes a technology suite of products and integrated managed transportation services, it is in our interest to understand the future of freight and how we as freight brokers fit in.

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resources for freight brokers

It’s the classic paradox of the internet: there’s an enormous number of resources out there, but finding them can be a huge hassle. Even the freight transportation industry can’t avoid this problem.That’s why we’ve put together 5 free resources for freight brokers like you can’t afford to miss out on.

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become an independent freight broker

With fast growth and low competition, the freight brokering industry these days is a great place to be. If you’ve been working as a carrier, or even if you haven’t worked at all in this area before, now’s a great time to get started. Being a freight broker offers flexibility, independence, and higher-than-average life satisfaction.

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freight brokerage

Freight brokers, manufacturers, and those in the supply chain know as well as anyone that problems with accounts receivable can lead to anything from simple annoyance to a serious business-killing disaster. It’s common in all of these types of businesses that you are working with several vendors and customers.

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freight broker work life balance

Work-life balance has become one of the central issues of the 21st century. It’s an idea praised and discussed in countless articles, meetings, and studies. But in most jobs, the basics are fixed and there’s only so much you can do to change them. The problem is that the right balance between work and the rest of life is different for everyone.

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veterans truck driving

One of the biggest problems facing veterans leaving the military is the difficulty of finding jobs in the civilian sector. From not being familiar with the civilian job application process to not knowing how to translate experience into something the civilian sector will understand and appreciate, the variety of hurdles veterans face are enormous.