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Do you have what it takes to be a freight agent?

SPI Logistics can give you a better look at what it takes to be a freight agent using their experience, network of contacts, and freight agent opportunities in the industry.
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Freight agents act as an intermediary between companies that need to transport goods, and the transportation providers themselves. (Image via iStock)

You are busy, right? There’s work, kids, home care, night school, even committed community volunteer work.

But you keep it all together.

You manage things well.

Jobs get done, deadlines are met, needs are filled.

Congratulations!

Your ability to balance and co-ordinate a variety of different responsibilities means you are a good candidate for a career that could not only be rewarding but fulfilling as you build your own business.

You may just naturally have what it takes to be a great freight agent.

But what exactly is a freight agent?

Their job is to act as an intermediary between companies that need to transport goods and the transportation providers themselves.

Think of yourself as a vital link in the chain when companies need to transport large quantities of goods to multiple locations with various specifications.

Agents work out how the goods are handled in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.

Sounds like that would enlist a number of the skills you already employ on a daily basis. So, it may just make sense to put that natural talent to good use and create a well-paying business that is yours to develop and expand.

Remember, as an important link, a good agent is valued and respected for their ability to satisfy the needs of multiple clients.

If this all sounds like it would be a good fit for you, the next step is to find out just where to go and get more information.

Fortunately, a locally based company, SPI Logistics, is one of the leaders in the industry and can give you a better look at what it takes to be a freight agent and how to build up the business using their experience, network of contacts, and freight agent opportunities in the industry.

For more information about how they can help you develop into a top-notch professional, visit their website freightagents.spi3pl.com.

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