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New York Times Food for Tomorrow Conference recap

November 17th, 2014

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RFX was proud to sponsor the first annual New York Times Food for Tomorrow conference last week at Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Pocantico Hills, NY. The event was hosted by New York Times journalist and food writer, Mark Bittman. During the event, chefs, farmers, food distributors and activists discussed some very […]

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Refrigerated Food Express becomes the first recipient of the American Truck Historical Society 50-year award

November 12th, 2014

Monique DeVoe and Jim Morse accept the 50-year award from the American Truck Historical Society Chairman, John O. Vannatta.

For Immediate Release Refrigerated Food Express becomes the first recipient of the American Truck Historical Society 50-year award November 12, 2014 The American Truck Historical Society has awarded Refrigerated Food Express, Inc. with a 50-year award. The award is the first of its kind and was presented by John O. Vannatta, Chairman of the American […]

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What to Expect as a New Freight Agent at RFX

November 6th, 2014

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At RFX, we understand that the biggest hesitancy for a freight agent to change brokerages is the transition from one brokerage to the next.  How will this transition affect your ability to serve your customers and carriers? What will it mean for your own personal finances?  Will you miss one week’s pay because of this […]

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Niche Marketing for New Freight Broker Agents

October 9th, 2014

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One of the biggest challenges that freight broker agents come across in our industry is simply getting started. Where do you begin to find your freight? Where is your customer-base? Many freight agents go off on their own and start their own business after already having the answers to these questions, while others struggle to […]

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Five Avenues for the Spot Freight Marketplace

October 2nd, 2014

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The spot freight marketplace is traditionally thought of as a public space where shippers, freight forwarders, freight brokers and motor carriers go to exchange freight services.  Back in the day, Dial-A-Truck was a one-stop shop for logistics providers.  A freight broker agent would make a phone call to Dial-A-Truck and announce an available load.  Motor […]

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