Small Motor Carrier - StartUp and Business Plan

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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. More

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About Timothy D. Brady

Brady is knowledgeable, inspirational, motivating, and empowering in his presentations. He's an expert on driver retention, operations, sales and marketing, highway safety, and general business practices. His expertise was acquired during 25 years in the trucking industry, in positions ranging from company driver to owner/operator to small trucking company business owner. Along with previous experience in sales and business management and 30 plus years as a licensed fire and casualty insurance agent, Brady truly has a well-rounded wealth of experience and knowledge. Add his passion for teaching and his desire to help others in the trucking industry, and the package he presents is unbeatable.

Specialties: Small Trucking Company Turnarounds
Best business practices for small motor carriers.
Load planning,
Freight lane development
Marketing
Safety
Reducing truck driver turnover.
Solutions to owner/operator and company driver issues.
Trucking's impact on small communities.

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Review by: randystare on Oct. 21, 2015 :
My experience with the book was different. I enjoyed it. The business plan is found in Chapter 2, but I particularly enjoyed the "extremely common sense" content throughout the book. There is an anthropologist's understanding of the local perspective that informs the book, a holistic approach for the Small Motor Carrier.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Review by: selcuktekin on Oct. 16, 2015 :
The book is laden with ridiculously impractical, extremely common sense and virtually irrelevant content on starting up a trucking business. It neither provides a business plan which is deceitfully claimed by the name of the book nor has any specific information that starters need on various facets of building a trucking company from scratch. The only book I learnt nothing from in my entire life.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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