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Freight Broker Factoring: The Interstate Capital Advantage

From the outside, freight brokers have one overarching goal: matching shippers’ loads to available drivers. However, behind the scenes, their job is one of the most complex, most demanding in the transportation industry. Brokers stay very busy juggling customers, motor carriers, routes, equipment, weather conditions, deadlines, and especially finances. All these moving parts of the process are challenging, but paying drivers and paying for fuel can quickly become a broker’s major concern when shippers and consignees don’t pay them for 30, 45, or even 60 days.

Interstate Capital has years of experience helping freight brokers stay on top of their challenges and succeed in the logistics industry. This expertise in freight broker factoring has led to the development of Interstate Capital’s revolutionary proprietary payment management system, Freight Payable Systems (FPS).  FPS matches the broker’s accounts receivable due from the shipper through the freight broker and finally to the carrier that hauled the freight and delivered it. At the same time, the system efficiently handles all the paperwork, invoices, bills, and automatic payments to drivers.

Benefits of Freight Broker Factoring

There are many benefits of freight broker factoring, the main one being quick and prompt payments. Other benefits include improved cash flow, eliminating the need to open lines of credit and more working capital for your business. If you want to eliminate the challenges involved with the waiting period between invoicing and payments and be able to better predict what your monthly and annual income will be, then factoring is for you.

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Factoring with Interstate Capital allows freight brokers to focus their time on what they do best: keeping their freight moving and drivers on the road.

The FPS software, managed minute-to-minute by the trained FPS team, helps brokers by “setting aside” and ensuring that the cash coming in from a shipment gets paid to the right carrier. The freight broker forwards to the carrier the payment amount due, and the difference, or broker’s commission, is retained by the broker as its payment for arranging the transaction. Through FPS, the carrier will be paid electronically within 48 hours via ACH transfer.

Why choose Freight Broker Factoring?

Freight Broker Factoring is a unique solution for people in the transportation industry. Not only does it ensure that your freight bills are financed on time, every time, but it gives you the working capital you need to ensure that you are servicing your clients. Instead of waiting for your invoices to be paid, you can spend more time focusing on keeping your trucks on the road.

So many freight brokers get into trouble when they receive a payment for a load and use those funds for something other than paying the corresponding carrier. When it comes time to pay the carrier, the freight broker is then in the position of having to use the proceeds from a new transaction to pay the outstanding fee. When brokers factor with Interstate Capital, FPS helps to avoid this predicament. Freight brokers must, according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, maintain records that segregate funds payable to carriers from their general operating funds. FPS helps freight brokers remain in compliance with federal regulations.

FPS is the only online freight broker factoring system designed exclusively for the freight brokerage industry and is available only to freight brokers who factor accounts receivable with Interstate Capital, at no additional cost! This system, combined with Interstate Capital’s dedicated freight broker factoring account managers and team of financial professionals, gives freight brokers the edge they need to get ahead and stay ahead.

Are you ready to take your freight brokerage business to the next level? Get a complimentary instant factoring quote from a company that specializes in freight broker factoring!

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