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Now, dispatch services for owner-operators and new authority truckers are made extremely affordable.

Meaning, you save more on each load you haul.

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MaxTruckers Truck Dispatch Services is the nation’s top ranked trucking dispatch service.

With a team of highly trained dispatchers for truckers, owner-operators, new authorities, and freight companies, you get the high-paying loads with zero effort.

You focus on your hauls, we get you continuous top paying loads.

Hence, we work together to “Grow Your Trucking Business“.

If you are looking for a dispatch service for new authority, or you are an existing owner operator looking to grow your freight dispatch service, you are at the right place.

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MaxTruckers Provides the Lowest Rate of Just $225 Per Week

MaxTruckers provides one of the good competitive rates for dispatch services for trucking businesses. Our truck dispatch services rate is just $225 per week per truck.

This helps truckers to save more money along with our high-paying loads.

Now, for a limited period, we are giving 7 days free trial on our dispatch services. Experience our 5 stars rated dispatch service now.

You can take any number of loads of any load value during the 7 days free trial period, no questions asked. All the money is yours!

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How Can You Grow Your Trucking Business With MaxTruckers?

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High Savings on Each Truck Load

Just $225 Per Week Dispatch Services

We wanted our trucking community to save and grow fast with high paying loads, without spending too much to get loads.

Unlike other dispatching service, who charge you a percentage on the load value, say 5%, 7% or 10% that is eating up your profits, our rate is only $225/week.

This saves you thousands of dollars every month.

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Super High Paying Truck Loads

Rate Per Mile of $2.5 to $5.5

We are a technology-driven business and by deploying advanced technology tools, we are able to get super high-paying loads and routes for our clients.

This along with our highly trained dispatchers, we GUARANTEE zero-hassle top high-paying loads. We are consistently generating truckloads at a minimum average of $2.5 per mile with our dispatch services.

Most of our trucking partners are earning $4 per mile with the help of our dispatchers.

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Multiple Truck Load Options

Choose the Load You Love

Based on your preference, we try our maximum to give you multiple load options with our dispatch services, with the entire load information.

The average final dispatch load option that will be provided to you based on your hauling requirements will be THREE.

So you have a choice of loads.

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Dedicated Dispatcher Services

Your Dispatch Buddy

We understand that the success behind every successful load is the strong understanding between the dispatcher and owner operator. 

We have trained our dispatchers thoroughly on this part.

And we provide a dedicated dispatcher who will be your MaxTruckers buddy.

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Highest Rated Truck Dispatch Services in the USA

5 Star Rated Dispatch Services Ratings and Reviews

MaxTruckers is committed to 100% customer service satisfaction.

Our team does lots of hard work to maintain the high standards and work culture with our trucking partners.

This has resulted in EXCELLENT reviews with 4.9-star ratings on Trustpilot from owner operators like you making us the top best dispatch company in the USA.


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Get a Virtual Office Assistant

End-to-End Paper Works & Driver Assistance

We manage all the necessary paperwork involved from booking to post-delivery of the load for you.

This includes broker setup, W9, Insurance certificate generation, sending you a copy of all rate confirmation, consolidating rate confirmation/BOL/POD’s/Lumper receipts/scale tickets post-delivery, creating all your invoices, factoring submission, and many more.

Our dispatcher – MaxTruckers buddy will guide you or your driver with all the information that you need to pick up and drop off your freight. Along with this we also collect on detention time and lumper’s focus to keep your truck moving.

You just have to drive, we take care of the rest.

What you get with our dispatch service is a committed virtual office assistant.

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Broker Credit Check & Broker Negotiation

Getting You the Good and Safe Load

We run credit on all brokers and shippers against the load that we provide.

Our criteria is a minimum broker credit score of 85 plus. By this, we make sure that you will never fall into any kind of trap with a broker or shipper.

We know that making multiple calls, negotiating rates, lack of clarities and uncertainty is what you hate.

Our dispatchers are there for this. They negotiate very hard for each load, for you, so that you get the highest rate per mile.

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You Get MaxTruckers Buddy

No Forced Dispatch, You Get a Buddy

We don’t make you commit to loads with us with the harsh contracts. Also, if you don’t like a load, just reject it.

When you get a good-paying load from a broker of your direct contact we, in fact, encourage you to go with him.

In case you need a broker credit check, in this case, we will provide it for FREE. Our aim is to provide you high paying good loads.

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FREE Business Reports

Know Your Business Growth

Business is all about data, data interpretation, analysis, and working on improving on the revenue and profits month on month based on the data.

We give you weekly and monthly detailed reports of your hauls and performance.

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Same Day Payment Assistance

Factoring Assistance

The biggest challenge with an owner operator is cash flow management as you get paid from a broker between 30 to 45 days.

But, you have expenses like fuel, maintenance, etc. The way to solve this issue is Factoring.

We provide FREE factoring consultation and connect with you to our VERIFIED, trusted Factoring partners.

To encourage you to go with factoring and avoid cash flow issues (which may lead to bigger business disasters) we have special offers when you choose the “factoring and dispatch service plan”.

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Trucking Business Growth Assistance

Free Start-Up Bonus for New Authority

The majority of our clients are new owner-operators with less than 2 years of experience in the trucking business.

This makes them vulnerable to ruthlessness in business, leading to bankruptcy.

We provide lots of free trucking start-up bonuses to our clients.

This is just to ensure that you succeed in your trucking business, without burning holes in your pocket.

What makes us the top truck dispatcher for owner operators?

Jerry Jose, Founder Max Truckers
Jerry Jose, Founder Max Truckers & Logistics Expert

Founder’s Vision

MaxTruckers is the outcome of our founder and logistics expert, Jerry Jose’s vision to give the high performing tools and products that could make an owner operator succeed in the trucking business.

Customer Service

We follow strong work ethics and are committed to 100% customer satisfaction.

Our Value

Owner operators like you are our STRENGTH, and we try to do our maximum to GROW your trucking business and MAXIMIZE profits.

Technology

To revive the conventional trucking industry we integrate Artificial Intelligence to serve you better and are continuously doing Research and Development to improve it.Get 7 Days FREE Dispatch Trial

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What does a good truck dispatch service for owner operator bring to the table?

  1. A good dispatch service provider gives you a dedicated dispatch partner/manager who provides to you custom freight searching, booking and freight operations management.
  2. Your dispatch partner help you to locate, negotiate and book high paying loads for your trucking business. Load hunting and negotiation with top brokers/shippers are the primary skill of a dispatcher. By doing the above the dispatch gets the carrier the top rates in the industry.
  3. Your dispatch partner setups and operates dedicated lanes and high paying (high dollar per mile) trucking lanes, which means you can run without any hassle and concentrate on making money by hauling good and high paying loads.
  4. Good truck dispatch service for owner operators understand the problems faced by a new MC owner operator, so they provide you with professional one on one consulting, They also negotiate highly paid to and for loads, that means you don’t have to go empty in your back haul.
  5. Good dispatchers provide custom fit services for carriers and trucking startups. These services book at least 3 well paying loads that fit your criteria. The owner operators independent contractors benefit from multiple
  6. Truck dispatch service provider will be able to help you to avoid road hazards and bottlenecks on accident prone routes. A good dispatcher will steer you clear of accidents and weather trouble. A good dispatcher can provide you with driver direction assistance, road side assistance and fast repair options while you are on the road.
  7. Good dispatch services will provide you with billing, collections, and other paperwork related to customer service and carrier compliance. This includes broker setup, W9, Insurance certificate generation, sending you a copy of all rate confirmation, consolidating rate confirmation/BOL/POD’s/Lumper receipts/scale tickets post-delivery, creating all your invoices, factoring submission, and many more.
  8. An A class dispatcher will help you to meticulously plan you route to optimize rate per mile and mileage of your equipment.
  9. A good dispatcher doesn’t ask you to accept a load if you don’t want to accept it. There is no forced dispatching at all.
  10. Good dispatch services will help you to be up to date and organized with their secretarial support to organize your email interactions, phone conversations,, and credit checks with brokers and shippers.
  11. Good dispatcher provides you with factoring setup and same day funding assistance.
  12. Good dispatcher also runs broker/ shipper credit checks.
  13. A good dispatcher charges based on the load booked and accepted by owner operators. If you are asked to sign a contract or accept minimum usage or term commitments please steer clear of that dispatch firm.
  14. A good dispatcher for a new owner operator does the operations tasks such as new broker setup, insurance certificates collection , and sending rate confirmations to shippers and you etc.

What is the Right Method to Get Truck Loads to Grow Your Trucking Business?

Truck Dispatch Service or Self Dispatch

We always recommend trucking businesses to get the quality dispatch service at least for the initial 2 years, which is the most crucial period of your trucking business growth.

Once your business operations, systems and processes are in place, then is the time to do self-dispatching. Till then you need high paying truck loads continuously and the wheels should always be rolling.

Watch the video below, wherein MaxTruckers CEO, Jerry Jose in an interview with the founder of Cornell Logistics, Mr. Cornel Murgu discusses these aspects.

Merits and Demerits of a Truck Dispatch Service for Owner Operators:

Merits of Dispatch Service:

A truck dispatch service provides you with a healthy volume of high-paying loads. They find, fix and negotiate high-paying loads for you. So that you don’t have to run empty and be at an operating loss while hauling loads.

Dispatchers help you with billing, collections, and other paperwork related to customer service and carrier compliance.

The dispatcher helps drivers with turn by turn route assistance, hazard detection, avoidance of roadblocks or inclement weather, or other bottlenecks while driving to a destination.

Experienced dispatchers have other means of loads like broker/shipper contracts, loads from their network, etc.

Demerits of Dispatch Service:

What are your revenue projections?

If your trucking business is projected to have high growth and your revenue projections call for that you can hire a quality dispatch partner you should not use dispatch service.

If as a trucker you have a bunch of quality, dependable and frequent clients that pay you well. then you do not need a dispatcher.

A dispatch partner who performs consistently is the need of the hour for your trucking business.

Vet for a high-quality, committed, and consistent dispatch service.

Rather than going with an individual or independent dispatcher, going with a dispatching service reduces the risk of failure.

Very good dispatch companies know high paying dollar per mile routes and they will also use Tri-Haul to increase your earning per trip.

You need to know what are your strength and weakness. If you can’t do carrier compliance, accounting, trucking operations, etc. Check for a dispatcher who not only has access to load booking but also does accounting, trucking operations, and compliance.

Veteran drivers do not need assistance with navigating around hazards, bottlenecks, and slowdowns, etc

Please avoid firms with long-term contracts, hidden conditions. Good dispatchers charge a percentage of the amount from a booked load, so there isn’t a risk of paying money without booking a good load.

Your long-term success depended on your own hauling loads for credit-worthy shippers/brokers, your dispatcher should be able to help you with finding good clients.

Other Trucking Business Needs of an Owner Operator (Other than a Dispatch Service)

Firstly you need a good insurance agency/provider covering you for various circumstances/policy types.

You need to take 3rd party liability, cargo, uninsured motorist, trailer/equipment insurance.

You need to enlist a factoring company for trucking that has competitive rates and above par service quality to make your business free of financial bottleneck free.

This will help you to have good cash flow and working capital.

Plus you need to have the best fuel card for trucking that gives you access to industry-leading discounts at diesel pumps.

Also, you need to get discounts on tire changes, maintenance, and upkeeping and general supplies shopping, accommodation, etc.

Do you Need a Truck Dispatcher for your Trucking Business?

Hiring a truck dispatcher is one of the tasks that you have to undertake to expand your business.

Are you in doubt whether to hire a dispatch service provider to help with booking loads?

The biggest reason why owner operators fail running a trucking business is that they can’t get good loads and backhaul to run profitably. In this case, a good dispatcher can be a strategic partner in running a very tedious and stressful trucking business in its nascent years. It is useful to drivers transitioning from the role of a truck driver to an owner operator.

Finding good loads and doing trucking back-office operations take a lot of hard work and time, a new owner-operator won’t have that much time to spare and that much effort to spend.

A good-fit dispatch partner helps your trucking business and a bad dispatcher puts your business on the back foot.

There are many things  that you need to consider while thinking

Below are the ways you can know whether you need a dispatcher for your trucking business.

1. Ask for recommendations and suggestion from your trucker friends: 

Tell your owner operator friends about your business and ask them if they can help you assess your situation and tell you if you need a service of truckload dispatcher.

Ask for reviews and recommendations of good dispatchers from your circle of owner operators. This is one way to find the quality dispatch service in the market.

2. Determine what to expect from a truck dispatch service provider: 

You need to make a broad list of expected services from your dispatching service provider. You need to know what you are willing to do and what you wouldn’t be able to do because of a lack of skills or lack of time. Compare and contrast all the offerings of the dispatch service to ensure that the dispatcher meets all your requirements. Understand that anything that your dispatcher can’t do should be done by someone else- in this case, it’s you.

3. Account for your costs: 

If you need to charge your customer we must know what you want to make? how much cost can you pay which includes the payment to the dispatcher and the lowest you can charge to make a profit from your load.

Understand your costs operational:- fixed and variable costs. 

These calculations make you understand whether the load is profitable enough to pull. Some dispatchers may ask for quick pay which might dent your liquidity if you are not prepared.

Get to know the our dispatch service service in the USA

MaxTruckers Dispatch Services is one of the nation’s top professional dispatch companies. With a team of highly trained dispatchers, you get the quality high-paying loads with zero effort.

You focus on your hauls, we get you continuous top paying loads. Hence, we work together to “GROW Your Trucking Business and Maximize Profits”, to which MaxTruckers is highly committed.

How to Choose a Dispatch Service for Trucking?

You need to be really careful while you choose a dispatch service.

Dispatch service is the extended logistics arm of your trucking business, so decide wisely while selecting a dispatching partner.

Tasks executed by dispatchers

As an owner operator you expect your dispatcher performs a few key tasks, Booking the high paying and ideal load is one task and doing your load paperwork and operations is another task you expect them to do.

Service quality of dispatchers

The service delivery quality of your dispatcher is a really important factor that decides if you thrive or slump in the competitive market.

The service quality and price they charge are also important. If they quote an unbelievably low price, it means there is something wrong.

Service Charge of Dispatchers

A good dispatcher will charge a (percentage / flat-rate) on the loads you haul. There is a flat per week fee of about $350 to $500 dollars or a 5 to 10% cut from the load charge. Percentage rates are better because you pay for the loads you book.

You need a good dispatch service providing service

Individual dispatchers have one point of failure, but a team of dispatchers that is more professional, specific, or dedicated dispatchers or a multiple person/structured business is a better option. We need to know that a dispatch team is better than an individual.

We need to select a dispatcher based on their subject knowledge, negotiation skills, troubleshooting, and fire fighting skills.

You make more dollars with good dispatch partnerships

Good dispatchers negotiate healthy rates ($ per mile) for your loads.

An experience in dispatches knows good routes where you get the high dollar per mile.
Also, a good dispatcher can give you well-paid dedicated lanes and tri-haul loads.

Other very important services a dispatch service partner provides

You should also know that a good dispatcher can give you roadside assistance, one on one assistance when there is breakdown or weather trouble, road accidents, etc.

Good paying loads from load boards broke/shipper partners

Some dispatchers have a direct connection with shippers. Experienced dispatchers will have other sources of loads like- shipper contact, broker agreements, etc-.

A trap of forced dispatching:

Don’t fall into the trap of forced dispatching, it’s a big no and a red flag for truckers working with dispatch companies. You should always have an option to select the loads you like. To have a choice, forced dispatching shouldn’t be encouraged.

You should have the option of working with multiple dispatchers which means you don’t know which load is good for you.

Get to know MaxTruckers dispatching service in the USA

MaxTruckers Dispatch Services is one of the nation’s top professional dispatch companies. With a team of highly trained dispatchers, you get the best high-paying loads with zero effort.

You focus on your hauls, we get you continuous top paying loads.

Hence, we work together to “GROW Your Trucking Business and Maximize Profits”, to which MaxTruckers is highly committed.

Get in touch with our Truck Dispatch Service team Now!

FAQ’s on Truck Dispatch Service

What services do freight dispatchers offer?

Dispatchers find new customers, book new loads, and manage delivery schedules for you.
Many trucking dispatchers will also take care of back-office tasks, from customer support to billing and payment collections, and even maintaining motor carrier compliance.

What does a trucking dispatcher do?

Working as a trucking dispatcher can mean long, very focused hours. They are responsible for driver and trip scheduling and all driver communication while they are on the job. This type of communication can involve information about traffic delays, vehicle breakdowns, project delays, or delivery issues.

Will dispatchers really help your trucking operations?

Like any other business partnership selecting a good dispatch, the partner will help you to thrive or fail in the business environment.
Selecting a good dispatch partner will help you to get good loads, totally ace paperwork, and assist your drivers in multiple facets of trucking.
You as a trucker can focus on trucking and other tasks that keep you running will be taken care by the truck dispatch service.

How do I find truck dispatch services near me?

The best way of finding an efficient dispatcher near you is to do some internet research, look for some person-to-person referral from your friends in the trucking industry. Also find reviews and ratings in review sites like Capterra, Birdview, BBB, etc
Jot down a list of services you like to get from a dispatcher and compare companies that offer all of these services at an affordable price. Such a researcher outlook and orderly approach will help you find a dispatch service that’s able to support your business in the ways you need.

Do you need a license to be a truck dispatcher?

It’s not mandatory to have a license but if you CDL- A class with 3 to 5 years of truck driving experience it will provide you an advantage compared to candidates without experience.

What does a truck dispatcher do?

Freight dispatchers usually work with brokers or scout load boards to find freight. However, many dispatchers also represent shippers directly to book loads for you.

How do truck dispatchers find loads?

Dispatchers use broker or shipper connections to get you the best lane rates and best loads. They also use robust online load boards to filter various criteria to find best-fit loads and backhauls for truckers or owner operators.

What are the must-have skills for dispatchers?

The dispatcher  should know trucking and logistics industry and legal compliance, also load booking and negotiation, Trucking management software operation, record keeping, tracking  documentation,  load scheduling, journey charting and routing, etc

How much does the freight dispatcher make per load?

A truck dispatcher’s effort on an account varies according to its, level of contractual responsibilities with the trucker or fleet owner.
However, independent dispatchers will generally receive 5-10 percent of each delivery invoice or a flat per-load fee.

Is working as a truck dispatcher difficult?

Working as a dispatcher requires good communication skills and an ability to multitask and remain flexible when complications arise.
Every task or step-by-step action is done by a dispatcher can be made seamless through the use of next-gen software.
Like searching the load, looking at the credit rating of the shipper/broker, booking the load, sending the rate con and BOD, etc.
Using the comprehensive load board book loads easily and fast can help truckers to get the best rate per mile in the industry. and a Truck Management System can be used to know IFTA breakup and mileage etc.

What services do freight dispatchers provide?

Freight dispatchers find new customers, book new loads, and manage delivery schedules for you. Many trucking dispatchers will also take care of back-office tasks, from customer support to billing and payment collections, and even maintaining motor carrier compliance.

Is a dispatcher’s job hard?

The job isn’t physically demanding, but it can be emotionally and mentally taxing. Some days are worse than others.

Do truck dispatchers make good money?

The salaries of Trucking Dispatchers in the US range from $10,050 to $236,852, with a median salary of $42,806. The middle 57% of Trucking Dispatchers makes between $42,806 and $107,015, with the top 86% making $236,852.

Who is a truck dispatcher?

The truck dispatcher manages freight on behalf of the carriers. The dispatchers locate freight to be shipped using load boards, broker, or shipper connections. After locating freight they negotiate with the brokers/ shippers etc, to get the best rates for the carrier.
They eventually dispatch drivers and set up their routes. Plus they also do all back-end paperwork.

Why do truckers need dispatchers?

Truck dispatchers are a critical component of supply chain distribution. From managing delivery routes to ensuring driver safety, dispatchers are responsible for making sure that goods move smoothly and in a timely fashion, from warehouses to customers, across the nation’s highways.

Does a freight dispatcher need an MC numb

As a “dispatcher” with no carrier or broker authority, you are operating illegally. Also, it would relate ONLY to “dispatching” non-regulated commodities. As far as getting on the better online services, you must have an MC number.

How much does MaxTruckers charge for its dispatch service?

Compared to the industry standards of the dispatch rate, that range from 7% to 10% Max Truckers charges you a small fee of just $225 per week. This itself can save you tons of money a year.

What does a MaxTruckers’ dedicated dispatcher bring to the table?

Though the dispatch service has more than 50 dispatchers, you don’t have to worry whether you will be answered via a call center. Once you are onboarded with MaxTruckers dispatch service, they will assign you a dedicated dispatcher, with whom you will be working closely.
The average life span an owner-operator works with Max Truckers dispatch is 03 years, which is extremely high

What does a MaxTruckers’ Virtual office assistant bring to the table?

The dedicated dispatcher also acts as your virtual office assistant. They will manage all the necessary paperwork involved from booking to post-delivery of the load for you.
And this work includes broker setup, W9, Insurance certificate generation, transferring you a copy of all rate confirmation, getting and compiling rate confirmation/BOL/POD’s/managing Lumper receipts/submitting invoices to factors, etc. Here you save cost on a business assistant.
For new owner operators this is a great boon in cutting costs but at the same time,
your business is under your control.

What does MaxTruckers full driver assistance mean?

Your dispatcher from MaxTruckers will maintain a close relationship with you/your driver.
Assistance on road is very much important in the trucking business.
All the necessary information pertaining to the route, the loads, pick up and drop information, etc are communicated well.

How do truck dispatchers find loads?

Dispatchers use broker or shipper connections to get you the best lane rates and best loads. They also use robust online load boards to filter various criteria to find best-fit loads and backhauls for truckers or owner operators.

How do independent freight dispatchers get paid?

Independent truck Dispatchers are paid on a percentage or flat fee basis for each load. Generally, for other truck dispatchers, the percentage is 5% to 10% per load, with that rate being adjustable based on the amount of work the owner-operator wants you to do.
But MaxTruckers charge for Dispatch Only Service (Rate – $225/Week/Truck), Special Dispatch Rate – $200/Week/Truck.

Do I need an MC number to dispatch?

As a “dispatcher” with no carrier or broker authority, you are operating illegally. Also, it would relate only to “dispatching” non-regulated commodities. As far as getting on the better online services, you must have an MC number.

Can I broker Freight and dispatch?

Yes, you can be freight brokers and an independent dispatcher. But you need to take training for both from experts.

What do I need to start a dispatch company?

You need to understand your responsibilities. To be a truck dispatcher you need to comply with the law. You as an independent truck dispatcher should draft a contract.
You need to also set up your home office. You need to also promote your business.

How many trucks can a dispatcher handle?

A dispatcher can handle 5 to 8 trucks every day. The dispatcher will provide load booking, load negotiation, end-to-end paperwork, etc.

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