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Truckload Coordinator

Austin, TX, USA

Job Type

Full Time

About the Role

details coming soon!


About the Company

Boss Logistics is an award winning premier freight brokerage & ranked among America's fastest growing companies 2 years in a row. Started in 2013, Boss Logistics was built on a foundation encompassing over 15 years of industry experience. Our co-founders' mutual vision was to build a trusted and reliable brokerage that places integrity and customer service first. Since our inception, we've grown into a multi-million dollar company arranging and coordinating truckload transportation services for thousands of customers across North America. Leveraging our fully vetted and qualified carrier network to optimize efficiencies is just one of the many ways Boss works smarter to provide solutions for our customers. Our teams relentless commitment to providing a pinnacle experience for customers and carriers, is the keystone to our success. Our 2 flagship offices are located in Austin, TX & Cincinnati, OH, but we also have several remote-based leaders around the country. We are looking for people that are excited to join our growing team and what we have to offer. We hope its you!

Look around you. Everything from your computer to the food in your stomach was shipped on a truck. Logistics is the process of moving products & food from one location to another. We aren't talking about small packages that the mailman brings. Boss goes bigger and focuses on the semi-trucks packed with products that fill up warehouses and your local grocery store. We manage everything for our customers so they can have peace of mind. It's what we do, and we do it the best.

A freight broker is essentially the middle man between a customer, a trucking company, a shipper, and a receiver. Brokers operate as the a ring leader, managing all aspects of the show. Negotiating prices with your customer. Contracting/booking a trucking company to pick up and deliver your customers products -- at a lower negotiated rate. Coordinating pick-up and delivery times and appointments. Tracking shipments that are in transit. And most importantly keep your customer updated during transit, ensuring they are happy and have peace of mind. Brokers make their money on the margin - the difference in price that your customer pays you minus what you pay a truck to perform those services. Customers pay this premium to you, the broker, because you make their life easier and keep their business running smooth.

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