Carmack Amendment

What Do I Do With a Broken Seal Load?

Freight brokers are increasingly facing consignees who reject freight when a carrier shows up at the delivery dock with a broken seal. Here is how you can defend against the trend. In both truckload and less-than-truckload shipments, shippers often require their freight to be transported in “sealed” containers. Sealed shipments help document chain of custody …

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The Contract Mistake Nearly All Freight Brokers Make

Too often freight brokers lose out on the opportunity to establish safety nets in their contracts. Freight brokers occupy a unique space in transportation. They arrange for transportation of cargo from point A to point B by selecting a qualified carrier, communicate with the shipper and consignee about special needs or instructions, and work with …

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