Here is an example of how factoring for freight brokers works.

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Freight Broker A is a freight broker company.

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They book a load with a shipping company who we’ll call Shipper X. Shipper X has a strong credit history and worked with Freight Broker A before.

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Freight Broker A dispatches a motor carrier to haul the load who needs to be paid a soon as the load is delivered.

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Shipper X pays their invoices in 30 days, but Freight Broker A needs the money sooner so they can pay the motor carrier. This is when Freight Broker A decides to factor their invoices.

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The factoring company promptly advances Freight Broker A up to 100% of the invoice amount, pays the carrier, and also handles the collection process.

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Within 30 days, Shipper X pays the invoice in full to the factoring company.

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Factoring invoices is a risk-free and debt-free way to get immediate cash on your invoices!Freight BrokerFor more information and to learn how your business could benefit from invoice factoring with Interstate Capital, contact a representative or click here for a free factoring assessment today!