Broker Freight Package

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Product Description:

  • Broker Authority Freight Package
  • DOT Freight Broker License to Sell Service for Truckers
  • We Register as both a Motor Carrier and Freight Broker

Broker Authority Freight Package



Moving Authority specializes in providing world-class Broker Authority Freight Packages. The packages are for organizations that transport loads. The freight gets moved between motor carriers and shippers. Our packages adhere to all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration policies. The mission of our team is simple. We want to give you and your staff everything that’s needed in one package. Our employees can do so in a fast and hassle-free manner. 

Moving Authority will provide all the groundwork you need for the Freight Package. That’s because we pride ourselves on taking care of every single detail. We want your company to begin moving freight ASAP. Once you are, you’ll get on the fast-track toward making more money. We’re ready to provide you with the best Broker Authority Freight Package in the industry.



What Are Broker Authority Freight Packages?



A freight broker license deals with the issue of licensing. The FMCSA is in charge of granting official Broker Authority licenses. The licenses position businesses to transport many forms of cargo. That’s why Moving Authority assists for-hire carriers. Our experts know what the carriers need to do so that they stay in good standing with the government. And this package is ideal for helping your company do so. Say that you go ahead and apply for Broker Authority. The FMCSA will then give you an MC number. This is crucial to have for transporting freight. 

Freight Brokers are entities that receive compensation for arranging property to get transported. The property always belongs to other people. Each person arranges services through the authorized Motor Carrier. (This process does not include household goods.) Brokers never take on full responsibility for the property. This means that they never have actual possession of it. You might wonder how a Broker Authority becomes active. The applicant needs to have the following six articles on hand. 1. An MC (Broker) Number. 2. A USDOT number. 3. A BOC 3. 4. A complete list of Process Agents. 5. A UCR. 6. Unified Carrier Registration. Keep in mind that Moving Authority can help you secure all six of these items.



Why Should Moving Authority Take Care of My Broker Authority Freight Package?



Our experts know the Broker Authority Freight application process better than other organizations. This means that we can save you and your employees a lot of time. All you need to do is answer some straightforward questions. We will then get your application prepared on your behalf. Plus, we will help you get an MC number issued. Our package-process ensures that our clients always have peace of mind. They don't need to waste time and energy worrying about their applications. That’s because our team can help ensure that each application is 100% mistake-free. In fact, sometimes one mistake on an application can cause a huge delay. 

The last thing you want is to get your grant date postponed. Or, worse, you could get your application rejected by the FMCSA. Our team will go the extra mile to prevent these setbacks from taking place. Also- the Moving Authority team makes another important commitment. We want to do all we can to save you and your company a lot of money. That’s why our service fees are better-priced than other registration services. Plus, we combine those savings with first-rate customer service and support. This is why our Broker Authority Freight Package is a no-brainer. It's not any package. It's the complete package.



Here’s What to Expect Once You Order a Broker Authority Freight Package



You can expect fast results after ordering the Broker Authority Freight Package. Our dedicated staff will get in touch with you once you place the order. We will ask you for some more information to ensure that we have everything we need. Next, we’ll take care of securing your Freight Package ASAP. The DOT number should get active on an immediate basis. But your MC number will become active twenty-one days after a public vetting period. That vetting period's required by the government. In the meantime, our experts will make sure that you have your filings in place. We pledge to do all we can to help your organization during the waiting period. For example, we can help secure required bonds that your company needs. 

Do you have any questions about our Broker Authority Freight Package? If so, please give us a call right now. We would love to answer any questions that you have. Our team looks forward to helping you secure your Broker Authority. We won't rest until your freight transportation operations are running well.

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