Don’t Push for Profitability – Pull!

Operational costs consume much of the revenue a carrier can earn and is therefore suspect in being the biggest drain on profits for most carriers. The majority of operational costs are incurred the moment the driver is dispatched to the customer’s facility for a pick up or delivery. Along the way to the customer’s dock, costs impact the carrier’s earnings in the form of fuel/oil costs, tractor/trailer payments, repair…

Operational costs consume much of the revenue a carrier can earn and is therefore suspect in being the biggest drain on profits for most carriers. The majority of operational costs are incurred the moment the driver is dispatched to the customer’s facility for a pick up or delivery. Along the way to the customer’s dock, costs impact the carrier’s earnings in the form of fuel/oil costs, tractor/trailer payments, repair Operational costs consume much of the revenue a carrier can earn and is therefore suspect in being the biggest drain on profits for most carriers. The majority of operational costs are incurred the moment the driver is dispatched to the customer’s facility for a pick up or delivery. Along the way to the customer’s dock, costs impact the carrier’s earnings in the form of fuel/oil costs, tractor/trailer payments, repair.

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