You definitely want to have a good guide on everything you need to succeed in the trucking business industry. This book will keep you out of trouble in all facets trucking business. The trucking industry has the luxury of being able to recover from small miscues, but not many of books out there go the the length this book goes to discuss matters Trucking.
Many small motor carriers need – but lack – a Marketing Department. So you, the owner, get to worry. Are paid ads more effective than publicity? Should we throw out all the old ‘tried-and-true’ methods and do only social media? Is there a way to engage the entire staff in marketing? This guide can help find answers. Small Motor Carrier Marketing – help rev up your marketing engine for success.
Got a problem retaining drivers, or beating some underhanded competition? Can't work out your costs and where to cut them? Well, when you've driven the miles, you can offer advice that's not only good, but actionable. That's this book, compiled of real cases involving trucking company owners and the popular advisor-on-wheels, Nicky Hammerlane. Grab a copy and start finding solutions.
Donna Carver gives us a funny and interesting look at the trucking industry and the trucker’s CB radio slang. From the passenger seat of a 'sure enough store bought large car', she's 'stylin and profilin', checking out the 'seat covers', watching the 'bushes for bears' as she gets the ride of her life.
Dreaming of your own trucking company? Concise and practical, this quick read provides the foundation for making your dream come true. Tips on finding a niche, writing a business plan for your banker and whether you should have partners are included. Get your future started with this introductory volume in the Small Motor Carriers series written by a quarter-century veteran trucker.
Small Motor Carriers is a series of eBooks by nationally-recognized trucking expert Tim Brady, a name well-known in trucking for comprehensive information from years of trucking business management experience.
"Customer Service," book one in the series, guides you in load planning, teaching drivers better customer service techniques and working with shippers for a great outcome - every time.
On the fence about leasing your first truck? Not sure if you should stay company or branch out into your own business? The third book in the Big Rig Ebooks series is a natural progression in your career. It helps answer the old question of whether you should work for the man or be the man. W will give you great insight into the world of becoming a lease/purchase operator.