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Transparent Trucks: Saving Lives With Samsung Technology

September 8th, 2015

Leave it to a company as innovative as Samsung to create a piece of technology that is saving lives in Argentina — a country where one person dies in a traffic accident every hour.  The country’s one-lane highways invite frequent passing into head-on traffic. In a 2-minute promotional video, Samsung introduced a new technology that […]

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Solutions for Communication with Factoring Companies

July 30th, 2015

Factoring companies play an important roll in the administrative side of the transportation industry. Many motor carriers use factoring companies to manage their receivables and collections. In exchange for their services, factoring companies take a fee from the motor carrier. For many small to mid-size motor carriers with limited cash flow, factoring companies provide an […]

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Press Release: RFX Partners with Registry Monitoring Insurance Services for Electronic Carrier Onboarding

March 3rd, 2015

For Immediate Release RFX Partners with Registry Monitoring Insurance Services for Electronic Carrier Onboarding March 3, 2015 In announcement made on Monday, RFX, Inc. has partnered with Registry Monitoring Insurance Services (RMIS) for electronic carrier onboarding and electronic monitoring of insurance and carrier safety performance. The service is expected to launch before May of this […]

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What to Expect as a New Freight Agent at RFX

November 6th, 2014

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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Five Avenues for the Spot Freight Marketplace

October 2nd, 2014

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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